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Winter Garden

Brighten up your winter with Luminaries at Brookfield Place! Thank you to everyone who made their wish at BFPL this holiday season. You can still stop by the Winter Garden to view the coloring installation through January 10th. Please note that the wishing and light shows ended on January 3rd.

Luminaries, designed by the LAB at Rockwell Group, is inspired by the season’s traditions of sharing, giving, and community. The installation features a canopy of colorful lights emanating from hundreds of lanterns suspended among the palms.

The wishing and light shows described below ended on January 3rd:

Touchless wishing stations located on the ground allow visitors to send a motion-activated wish to the canopy of lanterns above, prompting a magical display of lights and colors. For each wish from November 27 – January 3, Brookfield Place will donate $1, up to $25,000 to ROAR (Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants),which supports New York City restaurant employees facing unprecedented economic hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

LIGHT SHOWS (8am-10pm):

At the top of every hour, visit the Winter Garden for a special Luminaries light show featuring one of the following songs:

Winter Wonderland by Michael Bublé
Silver Bells by Tony Bennett
Carol of the Bells by The Bird and The Bee
Let It Snow by Pentatonix

HOLIDAY WISHES (10am-8pm):

Luminaries now includes two touchless wishing stations that allow visitors to send a motion-activated wish that will illuminate the canopy of lanterns above. Brookfield Place will donate $1, up to $25,000, for every wish made during the holiday season to ROAR (Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants). The wishing experience follows the light show for approximately 55 minutes between 10am and 8pm.


ROAR (Relief Opportunities for All Restaurants), is a community of restaurant owners and industry veterans with a mission to advocate for independent restaurant businesses devastated by the effects of COVID-19, support restaurant workers suffering financial hardship, and help create a path to a sustainable future for the hospitality industry in New York.


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