More than 125,000 folks have checked out “The 12 Days of Christmas” at the Dallas Arboretum, since it opened on Sunday, November 16. The $2M Christmas exhibit of huge gazebos has been eye candy and the perfect backdrop for photos.
As a belated Christmas gift, the Arboretum is offering a 2-4-1. Starting Monday, you can buy one ticket and get a second one free.
Night time visits are available Monday through Sunday, except for Thursday. That’s New Year’s Day and the Arboretum is closed.
Tickets are $20 for adults; $25 for seniors; $10 for children ages 3 to 12; and children under 3 are free. Parking is included with nighttime tickets.
“We know that it’s a busy time of year, and for all those who are still trying to come and see the popular exhibit, we want to give visitors an incentive to come see it a little later in the evening,” said Dallas Arboretum President Mary Bringer. “The 12 Days at Night is just magical with the lighting, music and movement, and guests of all ages will enjoy making this one a holiday tradition.”
But there’s still more bargain opps at the Arboretum. No sooner will the 12 Days disappear than a new pricing kicks off. From Monday, January 5, to Saturday, January 31, admission will be $5 at the gate for non-members to walk the grounds. Hey, what better way to get a healthy start by taking daily constitutions among the acreage?
Want a better bargain? Of course, you do after spending all that money on gifts. Join the Dallas Arboretum and admission is free all year round.
BTW, the Rory Meyer’s Children’s Adventure Gardens is going on hiatus starting Monday, January 5. It will be refreshed and reopened on Friday, February 27.