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Refresh youself in the cascading waterfalls, shimmering streams, flowering plants, tall trees, quiet paths and The Chapel In The Pines. It. has become a well-known source of restoration for thousands of visitors each year. People come to the Gardens for peace and solitude where they discover an opportunity to be quiet and reflect of the marvels of God’s creation.

Adjacent to Guido Gardens is the Sower Studio, the TV taping home of "The Sower". Conducted tours Monday - Friday, 8 am to 12 pm and 1 to 5 pm.
Annual Nights of Lights Celebration
Favorite displays from years past, including a patriotic display featuring an American flag, the Liberty Bell and a 15-foot silhouette of the Statue of Liberty.

Visitors can also enjoy the Ten Commandments display along with an animated hummingbird and flower, the tree-climbing bears, the globe of the world with the Sower, a growing flower, the colorful peacock, and an animated fisherman and his boat. More than 1 million lights are used to provide this unique Christmas extravaganza.

In addition to the lighted displays, visitors will also stop for a brief moment in the glass-enclosed prayer chapel and can linger at the animated stable scene which includes Mary and Joseph with baby Jesus, the shepherds and Wise Men. In the background, the voice of The Sower, Dr. Michael Guido, retells the beloved story of the birth of Christ.

The lights will be turned on from December 13 through Christmas Day from 6 to 9 p.m. each evening. Visitors are invited to come to the gardens and bring family and friends to enjoy this special holiday outing.
Garden Etiquette
Enjoy yourself. Dress appropriately for the outdoors, wear closed-toe shoes, and bring insect repellent, sunscreen, and water.

Be respectful. Stay on paths and avoid flower beds. Do not pick leaves or flowers from plants. Keep voices low to experience the sounds of the Garden.
Hours and Fees
Open daily. Admission is FREE!
Contact, Address, Website and Directions
Phone: 912-685-2222 - Address: 600 N Lewis St., Metter Georgia 30439 - Guido Gardens Website - Directions: Take I-16 to Exit 104. (The bridge crossing the interstate at this exit was recently named the Michael Guido bridge.) The Gardens are approximately 2 miles from the exit. Go straight into town, and through one stop light and one caution light. Go four more blocks and you will see the entrance to the gardens on the right. (As a landmark, you will see the town's water tower with the words "Home of the Sower" on it across the street.)
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