Botanic Gardens at Christmas
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - If you love nature and the holiday season, there’s an experience waiting for you in Cheyenne.
“It is kind of a favorite spot for locals to come and get pictures taken or just to come and see during the holiday season,” said Tina Worthman, Director of Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.
Every year, the gardens plant and grow their green wall in poinsettias.
They also have a vintage Santa showcase in the Children’s village and the main building. Elves off their shelves are hidden all over the village and they will return to the North pole after Christmas.
The Children’s village is open Christmas week from 10 am to 5 pm and will be closed for Christmas eve and open again on the 28th.
“We offer something different and unique in this area for a Christmas experience. It’s a little calmer, it’s a little more peaceful, more beautiful, and it kind of just gives you a nice way to reflect and enjoy the season,” said Worthman.
In addition to the scenery, Christmas lights are displayed at night throughout the parking lot.
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