Greeted by the sights and sounds of Christmas, experience Bedgebury in a whole new light as you wander beneath unique canopies drenched in seasonal colour. Inspired by the landscape itself it is a festive adventure in a world of trees.
Christmas at Bedgebury is a place where fairy-tale meets fantasy with something for everyone. Walk alongside dancing fountains and linger by shimmering reflections that cast light into hidden places. From the delicate and twinkling to the grand and spectacular, continue through the towering Tunnel of Light festooned by over 100,000 pea-lights.
At the Boardwalk, the giant redwoods are surrounded by a carpet of glowing colour-changing globes. The iconic trees, rising high into the night sky, are brightly illuminated by twinkling lights that dance in time to much-loved Christmas classics.
Why not complete your stroll under the stars with mulled wine* or hot chocolate* whilst the aroma of roasting chestnuts* fills the air? Gather to toast your own gourmet marshmallows* at one of the fire pits, the little ones can ride the vintage Carousel* or other traditional rides* while you treat yourself to some scrummy seasonal fare. Amid all the festive fun don’t forget to glimpse Father Christmas and his elf along the way.
Christmas at Bedgebury will be open on selected dates between November 30 and December 30.
For more information & tickets visit: christmasatbedgebury.co.uk, or call 0844 995 1365**calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge *additional charges apply.
For information on Christmas trails around the country visit: mychristmastrails.co.uk
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