Guido Gardens

The three acres that contain Guido Gardens attract many people each day. The tranquil and peaceful garden with sparkling waterfalls, babbling brooks, and a wide array of blooming flowers bless all who visit. They come to the Chapel in the Pines, which is open twenty-four hours a day to pray, read His Word, meditate, and leave prayer requests. In December, the gardens are decorated with nearly two million Christmas lights, attracting an average nightly crowd of about 1,000 people who will receive a Christmas Edition of the Seeds of Hope along with the plan of salvation.

Initially created as a place to film the TV program “Seeds For The Garden of Your Heart,”  Guido Gardens is a place where visitors can enjoy a time of peace and quiet and relaxation, and then find their way to the Chapel where there are Bibles and literature proclaiming the Good News of God’s grace highlighting the true purpose of the Gardens – to attract people to God’s Son, Jesus Christ, and accept Him as their Savior and Lord. This “quiet and silent” ministry is a source of inspiration and hope for many and has been uniquely blessed for many years.

The gardens are always open, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Come and enjoy the flowing fountains, the winding streams, the beautiful flowers, the Prayer Chapel, the replica of the Empty Tomb, Joseph’s Workshop, and more!

The Nights of Lights is a great place to make memories with your family, and a wonderful time to take pictures. Bring your camera and preserve your trip for years to come! Here are some photos we’ve taken of the gardens during Christmas that will let you know some of the sights that await you.

The Nights of Lights celebration is part of the holiday tradition for many families. The lights are on from 6 to 9 PM nightly at Guido Gardens during the holidays.

Please note that Guido Gardens are always open, 24 hours a day, every day of the year, for your visit! Only the Christmas lights are on at a particular time.

ADMISSION IS FREE!

Getting Here

From I-16, get off at exit 104, go into town about 2 miles.

One mile past the traffic light, Guido Gardens is on the right.

Click here for map and to get specific directions from your location!