Start date: Saturday, May 5, 2012
End Date: Monday, December 31, 2012
Renowned artist Dale Chihuly brings his dramatic sculptures and installations to the Dallas Arboretum. The award-winning, 66-acre garden will display Chihuly's transformative contemporary glass sculptures and installations.
Through originally scheduled to close November 5, it has been extended through December 31. Read more about the extension here. The Arboretum is closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Chihuly's monumental designs appeal to people of all ages and have been seen in more than 200 museums, gardens and other venues around the world. Presented by AT&T, and made possible by Bank of America, the Dallas Arboretum is proud to host Chihuly's highly-anticipated exhibition. Inspired by nature, Chihuly's spectacular installations will be specifically designed to respond to the vistas architecture and magnificent gardens at the Arboretum.
Chihuly Nights, will be powered by Cirro Energy. The garden will feature illuminated sculptures and various dining options three nights a week. Extended garden hours until 10 p.m. will offer visitors many opportunities to see this exhibit. During the daytime, the Arboretum will offer educational materials, programs and classes for children and adults.
Supported by the Dallas Convention and Visitor's Bureau and the Dallas Morning News, the Chihuly exhibit is expected to attract both local and out of town visitors during its six-month run. Air transportation provided by American Airlines.
Admission: Adult $15, Senior $12, Child $9, Parking $10.
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Sorry, this event ended on Dec. 31, 2012.
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