On Saturday, October 24th Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will celebrate OktoberFest with music, food, drink, and of course gorgeous plants.
Stroll through the gardens; enjoy live music, wine, and beer and dining and shopping at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden for Flowers After 5 beginning August 6th.
Starting Thursday you'll be able to visit the garden grounds again, but you'll need a timed ticket in order to ensure social distancing.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will begin a phased reopening with timed and limited tickets available online only, the garden announced on social media this week.
Starting this Friday the Dominion Energy Gardenfest of Lights and its one million lights will fill Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden with magic.
In the past, food banks relied on nonperishable donations from supermarkets and other businesses. Today, many of the contributions are not rejects from retail but fresh-picked...
This weekend is the rescheduled date so this great event might not be on your radar.
Celebrate the Fourth of July by enjoying the gardens, Butterflies LIVE! and Origami in the Garden, and wear red, white and blue for a parade in the Children’s Garden.
If you haven't visited Lewis Ginter yet, you've got no excuse this weekend. Go and check out the beautiful gardens for free this weekend.
The event is free with paid admission to the gardens, and the first 500 people will receive free solar eclipse viewing glasses.