This summer, visitors to the Missouri Botanical Garden are invited to embark on a one-mile stroll through the Flora Borealis, a nighttime multimedia experience that blends cinematic projection mapping, interactive lighting and a custom soundscape. Nymphea, the first water lily developed at the garden in 1931, will guide guests through the garden’s history using interactive exhibits and visuals.
The exhibit will run June 29-Aug. 26 (closed Wednesdays in July). The celebration will begin each night at 7 p.m. with food and drinks in the garden’s new tented beer garden, live music and family-friendly activities. Flora Borealis will begin at dusk. The garden recommends arriving at least 15 minutes before entry time. Tickets, which are date- and time-specific, are on sale now. Prices range from $15-25 for adults and $8-12 for children.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit mobot.org.