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Lumagination at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens is a fantastic family friendly event that offers visitors to the show a tropical interlude from Buffalo’s frosty winter wonderland. Step inside the Botanical Gardens and experience a light show by Luminated Landscapes that will trigger a colorful kaleidoscope of dreamlike imageries.

The plants take on a fascinating light, as they are cast in projected colors and illuminations that give them otherworldly qualities and characteristics. Listen to the falling water as the colors cascade all around you. Lumagination is a fascinating experience for the entire family. There’s truly nothing else like it in the area.


January 27-30, February 3-6, 10-13, 17-20
6-9pm Wednesdays & Thursdays
6-10pm Fridays & Saturdays
$12 adults
$10 Garden Members, seniors & students
$5 kids 3-12
Kids 2 and under are free

* Guest passes and coupons are not valid
* Tripods are not permitted
* Doors will not open until 6pm
* Tickets on sale, online only, now through January 26 and will then be available at the door throughout the show

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
2655 S Park Ave, Buffalo, New York 14218

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Sponsored by: National Grid, Ellicott Development, Mader Construction, Cobey, Upstate Rebar, Buffalo Spree, Star 102.5 and Backyard Party Supply


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