The Treasure Coast’s most innovative and unique holiday illumination.
Garden of Lights 2019
Experience Heathcote Botanical Gardens in a whole new light at the 5th Annual Heathcote “Garden of Lights,” a holiday experience to delight visitors of all ages. The Illumination festival returns on November 29, bigger and better than ever. Over 11,700 visitors last year enjoyed whimsical, colorful light displays throughout the five-acre gardens. Refreshments, Entertainment, Heathcote the Bear and special appearances with Santa and Mrs. Claus are part of the holiday fun.
Visitors will enjoy enchanted gardens that feature favorite light displays from last year, as well as new additions to dazzle audiences. A sparkling blue River and Waterfall forms the centerpiece of the Garden, along with a kaleidoscope of colorful flower beds, potting benches, vegetables, a vineyard pathway and more to amaze guests at every turn.
Dedicated volunteers work tirelessly year-round to create this tropical wonderland for families to remember long after the holidays end!
Thankful for this years Sponsors!
Tickets are available ONLINE or at the gate the night of the event.
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December 6: Melodies & Memories
December 13: Barbara Gomulka
December 14: My Favorite Strings
December 15: The Sunrise Jazz Combo
December 20: Barbershop Quartet
December 21: Barbershop Quartet
December 22: The Orchids
- Sponsorship opportunities, as well as ways for you and your company to volunteer are available!
Download PDF or Call: 772-464-4672.
- Volunteers needed, more information HERE
SEE THE GARDENS IN A WHOLE NEW LIGHT!Garden of Lights not only brings joy to those who attend, it is Heathcote’s major fundraiser to underwrite the Gardens’ year-round education programs.
Evening of Illumination will be held on Thursday, December 5th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Sponsorships available from $100 and up.
Sponsoring an event at Heathcote helps fund the Gardens’ year-round programs and furthers the organization’s mission to educate and inspire by providing a place of beauty and a resource for the conservation of our environment.