Visitors to Christmas at Kingston Lacy can stroll along the festive trail at their own pace whilst enjoying lights and music.
This year there are two enchanting new light installations.
Laser Garden by Mandylights and Crystal Garden by Output Arts.
Laser Garden is mesmerising and uses up to 100 custom-made laser effects, to immerse you in thousands of slowly rotating coloured laser beams that sparkle amongst theatrical fog.
Crystal Garden is made up of clusters of giant glowing shards that illuminate the winter night and create a fantastical festive landscape.
The magical trail is open until Christmas Eve. Other installations include the 12 Days of Christmas made from wicker, which is delightful, and Meadow Light set to a choreographed soundtrack. Take the time to stand and drink in the colour changes along with a cup of mulled wine along the way. There’s a friendly Father Christmas too who simply likes to say “hello.” The trail takes around an hour depending on how fast you walk. It’s approximately 5,500 steps so a great way for the whole family to get some exercise.
Matthew Findlay, head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, said: “We are hugely excited by the plans for this year’s trail, with artists creating beautiful, new installations which will provide even more ‘wow’ factor for 2022.”
Independent street food vendors offer tasty treats along the way including a spiced winter warmer or hot chocolate and you can toast a marshmallow over an open fire.
The trail is designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
Book now to secure your choice of date and time.
Christmas at Kingston Lacy is brought to you by Sony Music, in partnership with the National Trust. The trail is created by Culture Creative.
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