December 23, 2016 at Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, UT.
A quieter experience leads guests to view a nativity scene before entering the new Light of the World Garden. The Light of the World garden features 35-monument size bronze sculptures depicting scenes of Jesus Christ from the New Testament. The path is lit with 900 glowing lanterns and features peaceful music for a reflective experience.
Guests continue through the sights, sounds, and tastes of the season. Throughout the walk, touches like peppermint-scented mulch and s’mores at fire pits permeate the atmosphere. Interactive areas offer games and entertainment for kids to be kids (and adults to act like kids). Sip hot chocolate and sweet treats while you stroll a gift boutique.
Luminaria promises to fill your need for something new and exciting, but it is also sure to become a treasured tradition for years to come.
Tickets on-sale October 1, 2016 at www.thanksgivingpoint.org. Many events are limited in nature and sell-out, so advance purchase is strongly recommended.
Luminaria: Experience the Light
November 21-December 31 (closed December 24, December 25, and Sundays)