Photos: Lightscape display brings unique holiday experience to San Antonio Botanical Garden

Lightscape is an immersive light display in downtown San Antonio

Lightscape at San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)

SAN ANTONIO – An immersive light display at San Antonio Botanical Garden opens to the public Friday but the media was invited to a sneak preview of the event on Wednesday night.

Lightscape features a mile-long trail of holiday lights that includes installations like a towering cathedral arch tunnel with 100,000 lights, a field of bluebonnets and a fire feature.

An immersive light display at San Antonio Botanical Garden opens to the public Friday.

Tickets for Lightscape, which runs through Jan. 2, are expected to sell out. Prices vary depending on the date and time selected and can be purchased online.

Here’s a preview of some of the things you can expect to see at Lightscape:

Lightscape at San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)
Lightscape at San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)
Fire art installation at Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (Rebecca Salinas)
Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (Rebecca Salinas)
Digital journalist Rebecca Salinas and Gaston Tarango in front of an illuminated field of bluebonnets. (Rebecca Salinas)
Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (Rebecca Salinas)
Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (Rebecca Salinas)
Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)
Lightscape at San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)
Bluebonnet field featured in Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)
The Cathedral of Light at Lightscape is made from an impressive 100,000 lights. (Lightscape)
San Antonio Botanical Garden's Lightscape has lights synchronized to music. (KSAT 12)
Lightscape at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. (KSAT 12)

About the Author:

Mary Claire Patton has been a journalist with KSAT 12 since 2015. She has reported on several high-profile stories during her career at KSAT and specializes in trending news and things to do around Texas and San Antonio.