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Christmas at Bedgebury tickets on sale for 2019

Bedgebury Pinetum's popular Christmas lights event is back for a second year and has some new features.

The illuminated trail at the Forestry Commission site in Goudhurst wowed visitors last year with its mile-long lights trail.

Cathedral of light at Christmas at Bedgebury
Cathedral of light at Christmas at Bedgebury

This year the trail, which runs from Friday, November 22 to Monday, December 30, this year has a Vortex Tunnel illuminated by tens of thousands of LED light globes; a flotilla of illuminated origami boats dancing on the shimmering lake and a water fountain finale jumping jets of light dancing in time to much-loved Christmas classics.

The ticket-only event also has some firm favourites back from last year, including the Tunnel of Light which was made up of thousands of twinkling pea-sized lights.

The event has festive-themed attractions for visitors including spiced cider, mulled wine and hot chocolate, the chance to toast marshmallows on a fire and some traditional Victorian fairground rides for children, which are charged separately.

There may even be a chance to see Father Christmas and his elves.

It will welcome visitors at weekends and select weekday evenings.

Visitors must book in advance and select a timeslot. These begin shortly after 4pm each afternoon and are available until around 7.40pm.

Illuminated trees at Christmas at Bedgebury
Illuminated trees at Christmas at Bedgebury

Advanced tickets are £18 for adults or £54 for a family ticket and each booking is subject to a single transaction charge. When booking tickets to Christmas at Bedgebury visitors also must remember to pre-book parking for the day of their visit.

To buy tickets or to learn more about this year's event go to christmasatbedgebury.co.uk

Read our review of the event last year here.

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