It’s definitely the most wonderful time of the year when the after-dark sparkling trail lights up Bedgebury National Pinetum once more. And we’re offering you the chance to win a family ticket for four to enjoy the wonder on opening night.
Following last year’s sell-out success the one mile family-friendly trail, Christmas at Bedgebury, returns for a third year to the Goudhurst site on Friday, November 20, with a host of amazing new installations.
Immerse yourself in woodland neon strings as bouncing lines glow in the moonlight; listen out for singing trees rising high into the night’s sky and discover the Electric Forest covered in ever-changing beams of colour.
Take a moment to pause at the fire garden, aglow with hundreds of flickering flames, and for those that have been before, the ever-popular Tunnel of Light returns resplendent in its full twinkling splendour, shimmering with more than 100,000 pea lights.
Amid all the festive fun, don’t forget to keep an eye out for Father Christmas among the pines, spruce and firs along the way. Christmas at Bedgebury will be open on selected dates between Friday, November 20 and New Year’s Eve, but we’re giving away the chance to be among the first to see its spectacular sights.
We have FIVE family tickets for four to give away to the opening night on Friday, November 20.
For more information and tickets visit: christmasatbedgebury.co.uk
For information on Christmas trails around the country visit: mychristmastrails.co.uk
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