A little bit of holiday celebrations will hang around until Jan. 17.
A Longwood Christmas not only has been extended, but on Monday, Jan. 4, the site will reopen the conservatory and other indoor attractions.
Tickets will remain restricted and timed and should be purchased in advance at www.longwoodgardens.org
The former Pierre du Pont estate in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, had been forced first to modify the number of people who could attend the lights and plants extravaganza because of COVID-19, and then as the holiday surge of new cases and hospitalizations occurred, it had to close indoor facilities.
“This year has certainly been a little different for all of us as we adapt to so many new normals,” a press release said. “We are so happy to be able to sustain the season for an extra week of Christmas joy.”
It’s reopening facilities Monday because COVID restrictions changed in Pennsylvania.
On Monday, its Cafe will feature both outdoor seating and limited indoor seating. The Beer garden will remain open and feature both mobile and walk-up ordered with concessions available throughout the garden, weather permitting.
Among the indoor sites that will be opened are the Peirce-du Pont House, Webb Farmhouse and pumphouse.