Other Deals That Might Interest You


Chihuly in the Garden Sculpture Exhibit at Desert Botanical Garden ($22 Value)

Camelback East

98% of 8,712 customers recommend

Give as a Gift
Over 10,000 bought
Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

Light twinkles off the colorful sculptures placed around the majestic desert garden

The Fine Print

Expires May 18th, 2014. Limit 4 per person. Valid only for an adult Chihuly in the Garden admission ticket. Not valid for special ticketed events, classes, or other programs that require a separate ticket. Admission to the seasonal butterfly exhibit is not included. Valid any time during regular business hours. Business hours are 8am–8pm daily; 8am–midnight Fridays and Saturdays in May until 5/17/14. Garden closes at noon on 4/26/14. Parking is limited. When the Garden or the Garden parking lot reaches capacity merchant may not be able to admit the customers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

To survive, plants must use their leaves to soak up the sun and their roots to tickle the soil until it forfeits its groundwater. See the struggle for yourself with this Groupon.

To survive, plants must use their leaves to soak up the sun and their roots to tickle the soil until it forfeits its groundwater. See the struggle for yourself with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $12 for one admission to Chihuly in the Garden ($22 value)

Artist Dale Chihuly returns to the garden with his beautiful installations of vibrant sculptures. Renowned for his architectural installations, Chihuly's work can be seen in historic cities, gardens, and more than 200 museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Corning Museum of Glass. For his second exhibit at Desert Botanical Garden, Chihuly displays 21 vibrant glass pieces, with each piece's spot carefully chosen so as to not disturb the plants and animals that inhabit the space.

Desert Botanical Garden

A kaleidoscope of multichromatic blossoms and emerald leaves bursts from the soil, blanketing 65 acres of desert landscape at Desert Botanical Garden. Diverse walkways flanked by more than 1,200 types of cacti, succulents, and wildflowers educate visitors on the importance of protecting the environment and not hugging every plant they see. In addition to the garden's more stationary organisms, some of which go home with local green thumbs during biannual plant sales, numerous avian and insect species make their homes amid the thriving greenery.



Tips

  • “great”

  • “It is a wonderful place to take guests!!”

  • “Wonderful gardens. We never tire of going there!”

  1. 1

    Camelback East

    1201 N Galvin Pkwy.

    Phoenix, Arizona 85008

    480-941-1225

    Get Directions