The Buffalo Botanical Gardens is hosting Creatures After Dark, a brand new exhibit that's a part of the Gardens After Dark series. From October 21 through October 30, 2022, you and your family and friends can explore the gardens' collection of cool creatures created from live plants, as well as large fossils and dinosaurs. The exhibit features spectacular light displays.

The Botanical Gardens will be filled with several cool, colorful creatures made out of LIVE plants including dinosaur succulent topiaries, a coleus peacock, moss-made dinosaurs, a giant buffalo, a dragonfly, a shark, and more planty friends taking on new characters giving "plant-life" a whole new meaning! You'll also be dazzled by hundreds of vibrant colored coleus, AND our historic Mum Exhibit!

The exhibit will be open from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Here's how much tickets to the Buffalo Botanical Gardens Creatures After Dark exhibit cost:

Adults - $15.00 (Member - $13.00)
Senior - $13.50 (Member - $11.50)
Student - $13.50 (Member - $11.50)
Kids ages 3-12 - $7.50
Kids ages 2 and under are free (must have a ticket)

Visit the Botanical Gardens' website here

Credit: Buffalo Botanical Gardens via Youtube

The Creatures After Dark exhibit will be followed by the Magical Poinsettias exhibit from December 9 through December 30. You'll be able to experience the magic of the seasonal flowers lit up at night. In addition to the poinsettia collection, there will be a railway exhibit.

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens
2655 South Park Ave
Buffalo, NY 14218
P: (716) 827-1584

You can get a four-pack of tickets to either event, a $60 value, for $30. The deal will be available starting at 9 am on Friday, October 21. You can get more info here.

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