Nights of a Thousand Candles
December 3-5, 10-12, & 17-19, 2015
See Brookgreen Gardens come to life amid the soft glow of more than 5,500 hand-lit candles and countless sparkling lights from 3 - 10 p.m. Walk the paths with a warm cup of cider, hear the sounds of hand bells ringing, carolers singing, and celebrate the season with family and friends.
Nights of a Thousand Candles continues to delight guests with beautiful candle and lighting displays and exceptional entertainment. The 80-foot-tall fir tree decorated with 60,000 lights will be lighted in ceremonial fashion at 5:45 p.m. every night.
New this year, an outdoor glass sculpture exhibit will be on display in Anne's Garden. Created by Conway Glass, guests will see glass reeds 24 - 40” tall and glass orbs 3 -10” illuminated with LED lights and fiber optic cable in earth tones of green, amber, blue, brown, and white. Also on view, will be a glowing Tree of Glass made from transparent glass pieces inserted into the brick wall and a large Crepe Myrtle will be decorated with white ornaments hanging from its branches.
Here's the ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE.
Buy Tickets Early and Save! Purchase tickets before December and save $2.00 off adult prices.
In December, tickets are $14 for members and $18 for the general public.
Children ages 4-12 tickets are $8 for members and $10 for the general public.
Please call (843) 235-6021 for group prices of 15 or more guests.
Members of the Huntington Society, the Chairman’s Council, and the President’s Council, please call (843) 235-6016 or go online to receive your tickets. All guests must have a ticket to attend the event.
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Please note: no alcoholic beverages may be brought into the event and no smoking is preferred.
Mobile App is designed just for "Nights of a Thousand Candles" to display event information very clearly at night and make your experience even more enjoyable! Includes a Personal Schedule you can filter by day and time. Allow for notifications to receive up-to-date news about the event.
Thanks to the Georgetown Rotary Club for providing the video below of the visit here during last year's event