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Christmas Winter Wonderland

Daytime - Mid-November to  5th January 2025, Opening times 10 am to 4 pm (normal entry price).
 

(closed 25th/26th December and 1st January).

£14 Adults, £10 Children (3 to 16yrs), £48 Family - 2 Adults and 3 Children (3 to 16yrs) under 3 go free

The gardens will be transformed into a Christmas Winter Wonderland, with our musical fountain dancing to Christmas songs, Christmas inflatables and our special Victorian carollers will be completing this festive scene.  Come and listen to a Christmas story read by Boris the bear and hear our singing reindeer, supported by a donkey.  But remember, make sure you wear a coat as we guarantee snow flurries every day!

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EveningsWinter Wonderland Evening  6 pm - 8.30 pm on the dates below

The restaurant re-opens at 5 pm. 

Friday 29th, Saturday 30th November.

Friday 6th, Saturday 7th, Sunday 8th December.

Friday 13th, Saturday 14th, Sunday 15th December.

Friday 20th through to Monday 23rd December.

£18 Adults, £10 Children (3 to 16yrs), £55 Family - 2 Adults and 3 Children (3 to 16yrs) under 3 go free

We all enjoy that evening out just before Christmas when we go in search of Christmas Lights. Father Christmas will be in attendance every evening and our light show on the house playing festive tunes, will stir anyone's festive spirit

The history of Christmas lights is a fascinating one that spans centuries and continents. Christmas lights are lights that are used for decoration in celebration of Christmas, often on display throughout the Advent and Christmastide seasons. They bring joy and warmth to the dark winter nights.

The origin of Christmas lights can be traced back to the tradition of lighting candles on Christmas trees, which was practised by some Christians in Germany in the 16th century. The candles were attached to the tree branches with wax or pins and were lit only for a few seconds to avoid fire hazards. The first electric lights for Christmas were in 1882.

Festive Lights

Snowy the Owl

Snow Machine

Singing Reindeer

Snowman and Lights

Santatime
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Christmas Winter Wonderland Evening Booking Calendar
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Snow Machines every day
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Winter Lights
Ralph Court Gardens (Railway station announcer and ambience Version 3) revised
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