Choose from Three Options
- $12 for admission for two to Glow at the Garden, valid December 10th through December 20th ($24 value)
- $24 for admission for four to Glow at the Garden, valid December 10th through December 20th ($48 value)
- $36 for admission for six to Glow at the Garden, valid December 10th through December 20th ($72 value)
Glow at the Garden puts a holiday twist on Cleveland Botanical Garden's natural beauty. A quaint town square sits at the center of the action, where carolers and musicians serenade visitors with classic tunes. Lights bedeck every inch of the walking trails, which are open even later on Wednesday and Friday evenings. Guests can also enjoy themed activities, such as gingerbread house decorationg, magical train rides, and visits to Mrs. Claus's Sweet Shoppe, with candies in all the flavors of the season.
Cleveland Botanical Garden
The orchid has long been associated with opulence and sensuality, and now you can experience these flowers' alluring mystique after dark, cocktail in hand. Every Wednesday evening throughout Orchid Mania Garden, guests can stay among the thousands of blooming orchids until 9 pm. Enjoy a featured cocktail available for purchase from the Garden Cafe as the spectacular orchid show takes on a whole new life.
To most, the garden featured in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is purely make-believe. But not to people who've smelled the chocolate-scented varietals blooming among hidden trails and a climbable tree house at the Hershey Children's Garden. This sweet-smelling garden is just one of the Cleveland Botanical Garden's 20 gardens, which encompass everything from 3,500 herb plants to lotuses and water lilies floating atop a 74-foot-long reflecting pool. Vibrant hydrangeas complement sculptures in an art garden, while the Guren Art Gallery's ever-changing exhibits spotlight new work inspired by botany and the power of pruning shears.
Shaded boardwalks and winding trails connect all these visual splendors, eventually leading visitors to the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse. Divided into a Madagascar desert and a Costa Rican rainforest, the glasshouse showcases 50 types of butterflies, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, plus 350 exotic plants, including a colossal strangler fig. Experts shine a light on such specimens during botanical lectures, which are one of many educational programs the garden offers, ranging from gardening symposiums to kids' science classes.
88% of 437 customers recommend
“Day light time is better to see the plants”
“Orchid Mania was spectacular so glad Groupon offered these tickets at a discount!!!”
“Another gem in our fine city. A must see!”