Experience Longwood Gardens in a whole new Light through the evocative and imaginative art of Bruce Munro, British artist and light designer. Never before seen in the United States, this exhibition illuminates the gardens with large-scale, site-specific light installations, this will be the final encore of the season, trust me you don’t want to miss this breathtaking event! Find out more by clicking here.
Tomorrow is the Fourth of July! Since we will be grilling and laying poolside with our families we wanted to say Happy Independence day to everyone! Remember tonight Longwood Gardens will be hosting fireworks as well as there “Light” feature throughout the gardens! “Wander through a field of light reminiscent of flowers, discover a meadow of glowing towers changing hues, and delight in a shower of cascading raindrops fashioned from delicate lights as you are immersed in a new and truly unique garden experience. Both indoors and outdoors, by day and by night, Light! will change the way you see gardens.” For more information visit www.longwoodgardens.org. I will leave you with a picture I recently shot in Black&White of our beautiful town of West Chester!
Main Fountain Garden, Longwood Gardens (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This summer Longwood Gardens is hosting more than 40 performances, featuring big names in the most beautiful settings, these performances are sure to amaze! The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as well as Barbara Cook are just a few names expected to perform this summer, below are the concert dates and information. For a full list of upcoming summer performances visit www.longwoodgardens.org. While you’re enjoying a summer concert be sure to plan to stay to experience Light: Installations by Bruce Munro, Longwood’s big summer exhibit which is on view now through September 29. This US premiere illuminates 23 acres of the Gardens with large-scale, site-specific light installations.
Barbara Cook at Longwood Gardens
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Longwood Gardens