On December 3rd, 4th, 8th, 9th and 10th, celebrate 5 nights of Holiday Magic at the Whimisical and Historic Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. There will be 3 types of
On December 3rd, 4th, 8th, 9th and 10th, celebrate 5 nights of Holiday Magic at the Whimisical and Historic Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. There will be 3 types of events. Look below for more info.
- Holiday Magic Soirée: Friday, December 3, 2021, 7 pm – 10 pm
Come celebrate the kick-off of a five-day holiday celebration with our Holiday Magic Soirée at Bonnet House with full bar, photo booth, live performance by The Rockettes, Holiday Music and characters from Pomp, Snow and Cirqueumstance.
- Holiday Magic Whimsical Wonderland: Saturday, December 4, 2021 – 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
An evening for the entire family. Join the Bonnet House for a Wonderland of live entertainment, scavenger hunt, interactive activities, and plenty of opportunities to capture holiday family portraits. Featuring fantastical characters brought to life from the new book POMP, SNOW & CIRQUEumstance™.
- Holiday Magic Evening Experiences: Wednesday, December 8 through Friday, December 10, 6 pm – 8 pm
Holiday Magic Sparkling Evening Experiences! The Bonnet House Museum & Gardens will be lit up and sparkling during this holiday celebration. All the trees, wreaths, and centerpieces throughout the house will be lit and designed to delight and will be for sale. Decide on your favorites as you enjoy a self-guided tour of the house during this rare nighttime opportunity.
- December 4th – Broward Center Spotlights
- December 8th – Gin & Jazz featuring Davis & Dow Jazz Duo
- December 9th – The Yuletide Carolers
- December 10th – Tropical Wave Ensemble from the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida,
Pre-registration is required. For more info, click below on “Website/Registration.”
- Places To See Holiday Lights
- More Christmas Events
- Places To Meet Santa, Grinch and Others
- Find Christmas Decoration on Amazon (#ad)
Cost of Event
$25 to $125
Bonnet House Museum and GardensIn addition to their historic significance, the Bonnet House grounds encompass one of the last examples in South Florida of a native barrier island habitat. Five distinct ecosystems can be found on the property including the Atlantic Ocean beach and primary dune, a fresh water slough, the secondary dune which includes the house site, mangrove wetlands, and a maritime forest. In compliment to the natural vegetation, the grounds contain a Desert Garden composed of arid plantings, a hibiscus garden, and the main courtyard planted with tropical vegetation. Evelyn Bartlett was a passionate orchid collector. Various blooming examples are rotated regularly through the estate’s Orchid Display House. swanToday, Bonnet House is a haven for migratory birds, year round birds indigenous to Florida wetland and coastal areas, and manatees that occasionally seek refuge in the estate’s Boathouse Canal. Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma caused significant damage to the grounds in 2005 and destroyed much of the estate’s upper tree canopy. A major restoration project was begun in 2008 to replant the grounds to restore them to their period of significance appearance and to shield the property’s historic view corridors from neighboring development.(954) 563-5393 900 North Birch Road Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304