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Governor’s Palace Gardens Light Up With New Glow Event

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WILLIAMSBURG-Colonial Williamsburg is introducing a new way to experience the Governor’s Palace Gardens.

Beginning April 15, guests will be able to enjoy the new daily evening program “CW Lights: A Palace Garden Glow Event,” which will illuminate the garden’s spring blooms like never before. The event will include 18th-century musical entertainment as guests stroll through the gardens and lights.

The walking program will take place weather permitting. Timed tickets are limited and guests will be required to wear masks. Pets are not allowed. Colonial Williamsburg’s Glow Event will take place daily through May 2.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.colonialwilliamsburg.com.

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