It’s nearly that time of year again, when the Montreal Botanical Garden lights up for the
magical Gardens of Light Festival.
Set to open this coming Friday, Espace pour la vie invites everyone to discover the cultural riches of the three gardens along an illuminated pathway in its flagship autumn event.
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The venue is split up into three gardens: The Chinese Garden, the First Nations Garden, and the Japanese Garden.
In order to deal with the garden’s high volume of guests, the Botanical Garden is issuing timed tickets. “To ensure that you can truly enjoy the Gardens of Light, you have to reserve a specific time for your visit when you buy your tickets. That way you’ll be able to stroll freely through the Jardin botanique’s three cultural gardens.”
Botanical Garden organizers urge guests to book your tickets in advance as “they were a really big hit last year.”
No admission will be granted to guests without reservations.
To get you ready for what’s to come here are some mesmerizing photos from last year’s festival.
Seriously, no filter needed.