Rosemoor Glow 2019 opening times

14 November 2019 – 4 January 2020 – Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only
Illuminations from 4pm to 8pm, last entry to garden 7pm

Please note: There is no Glow event on Boxing Day (26 December 2019).

Bring family and friends for an illuminated adventure at RHS Garden Rosemoor. Our enchanting ‘Glow’ trail returns for 2019 with spectacular light installations and a magical new route.

Be dazzled in the Cool Garden, where lights shine and reflect in its rippling waters, marvel at colour changing displays reflected in the Lake, and see a selection of Rosemoor’s wonderful trees lit up.

Look for illuminated pieces from the Winter Sculpture Exhibition and new for this year, enjoy interactive light features and a giant mirror ball in Stream Field.

Food and drink

Warm yourself with  a selection of hot drinks and snacks available to buy in the Lecture Hall, or enjoy an alfresco hot drink served from the Shepherd’s Rest in Stream Field.

Glow simple suppers

Make your evening extra special with a visit to Rosemoor’s Garden Kitchen restaurant and enjoy our family-friendly ‘simple supper’ menu.
Online booking is recommended. Last sitting 7pm.


Discover great Christmas shopping opportunities in the Shop and Plant Centre with extended opening until 8pm Thursday – Saturday (14 November – 4 January,  excluding Boxing Day).

Browse for gifts from local West Country traders at the Christmas Craft and Design Fair (22–24 November) and Magic of Christmas Food and Craft Fair (14–15 December).

Plan your 2019 visit to Glow

Dates: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 14 November 2019 to 4 January 2020 (no event on 26 December 2019).

Times: Illuminations from 4pm to 8pm. Last entry to the garden 7pm.

Prices: Free to RHS members. Normal garden admission for non-members, with a 25% discount after 3pm.

Visitor information: This event takes place outside so please dress accordingly. The event will go ahead whatever the weather unless it is very windy – please call 01805 626810 to check. The illuminated trail follows hard-surfaced paths, which  are accessible using  wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

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