Denver Botanic Gardens’ winter wonderland features 500K LEDs

Dec. 10, 2008
Date Announced: 10 Dec 2008 With the Colorado foothills as a backdrop, more than one million twinkling lights illuminate the beauty of a forest path at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield.Nearly half of all the lights used on the new Trail of Lights are sparkling, energy-saving LEDs, reflecting the Gardens' commitment to conservation and sustainability.The Trail of Lights includes a children's play area with a treehouse and a restored 1880s homestead decorated in a Colorado country Christmas motif. Guests can also enjoy warm drinks to ward off the seasonal chill. The Trail is open Wednesday through Sunday nights from 5 to 8:30 pm until Jan. 4.In photo: These four cottonwood trees hold well over 100,000 LED lightbulbs alone. Photo courtesy of Scott Dressel-Martin.[Editor's Note: For more holiday display photos from LEDs Magazine, go to LED Holiday Lights: See the brightest results]

Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield 8500 Deer Creek Canyon Road Littleton, Colorado, USA

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