Thousands of lights illuminate 23 aces of gardens at Philbrook Museum. The Festival of Trees is now underway and is a long standing Tulsa tradition.
Tonight's opening offered patrons free admission and an evening of art-making activities, holiday music, and cocoa.
This was the fourth year for doing something they call Garden Glow.
"We're lucky enough that some of the fall foliage is still hanging on a little bit those colors mixing with the red and green lights it creates a 360 degree experience that you really can't find anywhere else in town," says Jeff Martin with Philbrook Museum.
The Festival of Trees runs through December 9th. Inside you will see many beautiful trees and gingerbread houses.
Admission is 11 dollars for adults and kids 18 and under get in free.
Friday, July 25 2014 4:35 PM EDT2014-07-25 20:35:39 GMT
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