One of the most adored traditions during the holidays in Atlanta is checking out all the festive light shows and displays that take the city by storm. Well an all-new luminous event and light experience has popped up in A-Town, and it’s located at the beloved Fernbank Museum.
Their brand-new Wild Woods AGLOW has taken over their enchanting forest with spectacular light installations scattered throughout their 10-acre natural habitat at the rear of the museum.
The theme of this magical experience is the magnificent, and sometimes hidden worlds of nature. More specifically, the installations are inspired by the native flora and fauna, that can be seen within the museums Wild Woods.
Expect an immersive blend of the beauty from the real environment on-site, with glowing displays inspired by their surroundings.
The walk-thru light extravaganza uses state-of-the-art technology, like captivating illumination, immersive projections and an original musical composition. Combine these elements together and you have a special evening out for the whole family, with friends, or even with a date.
WildWoods: AGLOW invites guests into a nighttime wonderland of unbeatable storytelling using ground-breaking innovation in this festive artform.
Explore the museum’s iconic forest and witness mind-boggling delights, like roots magically spread into towering trees enhanced by beams of light, larger-than-life glowing mushrooms, nocturnal wildlife, plus so much more.
This experience is taking place on select evenings at the Fernbank Museum throughout the winter months, concluding on March 5, 2023 with prices and availability varying by date. So don’t miss out on this all-new treat for the senses at Atlanta’s adored museum. For more information and tickets, click here.
However, there are so many incredible (and luminous) options to consider here in the ATL over the holidays. From the largest residential holiday lights display in Georgia to Zoo Atlanta’s Chinese lantern festival, make sure to check out our round-up of dazzling light shows here in A-Town. For the full round-up, click the link below.