Longwood Gardens known for it’s art of horticulture has added in Light: Installations, a special exhibit for where the gardens are transformed by illuminating lights.
Light, which opened to the public on June 10, was created by British light artist Bruce Monroe at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens. It gives visitors a chance to stay after hours and features eight different site-specific installation throughout the east end of the gardens.
This special attraction gives Longwood guests a chance see exhibits such as a lit up water tower made up of one-liter recyclable plastic bottles, a forest with 20,000 illuminated glass tulips, and lit up lilly pads. Each of Monro’s installations not only brightens the garden but the lights also change color, adding an extraordinary effect to an already beautiful sight.