As you enjoy this outdoor festive treat while walking along the woodland pathway through the picturesque Princess Alexandra Gardens, you’ll discover enchanting wooden cabins featuring bespoke trees made from materials inspired by the castle’s glorious state rooms.
And as well as the alternative tree installations, children will also be able to post their letters to Father Christmas at the special post office - so the team can make sure that he gets them in time for a special Christmas delivery.
During your visit, you can explore the castle’s glorious grounds, and take the Maze Challenge, now that the maze is open, where you’ll find fun challenges to complete as you find your way to the middle, where you’ll see an underground grotto.
We have two family tickets for four to give away to Christmas at the Castle. To be in with a chance of winning, simply complete the entry form below.
For more details and to book visit leeds-castle.com/Christmas
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