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Cheekwood extends hours for popular 'Light' exhibit

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Cheekwood has announced more chances for visitors to see its highly acclaimed exhibit, Light.

The botanical garden and museum is open for extended hours Wednesday through Friday nights, plus officials said they will extend that schedule to include each Tuesday night in September and three Tuesday nights in October.

Additionally, there will be an opportunity to see the exhibit on Saturday, Sept. 21, as Cheekwood celebrates the fall equinox.

Bruce Munro's Light features hundreds of miles of glowing optic fiber and has been named one of the "must see" experiences of 2013 by Vogue magazine.

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