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Las Noches de las Luminarias

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Experience a unique Southwest holiday tradition, Las Noches de las Luminarias. Each night of Luminaria, the Garden is transformed into a place of enchanted beauty when thousands of hand-lit luminarias light the pathways and cast a soft glow on the Garden's world-renowned plant collection. This year the Garden will offer 22 nights where you can stroll the luminaria-lit paths, savor a glass of wine or hot cider, stop to take in the sounds of musical performances, enjoy a delicious dinner by Arcadia Farms Taste of the Desert, and complete your holiday shopping in the Garden Shop. Las Noches de las Luminarias is a unique Southwest holiday tradition not to be missed. Purchase your tickets today to ensure the night of your choice. Call for more information.

Las Noches de las Luminarias

Address : 1201 North Glavin Parkway Phoenix az
Phone : 480-481-8124   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $34.95-$39.95

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