Published: 06:00, 25 November 2020
| Updated: 11:51, 25 November 2020
One Christmas tree just isn't enough when you're Leeds Castle.
This year, the festive season at the castle near Maidstone sees a dazzling array of Christmas trees inspired by the castle's state rooms - and they have been brought out of the castle and into the grounds for visitors to enjoy.
Discover enchanting wooden cabins featuring the bespoke trees as you walk along the beautiful woodland pathway through the Princess Alexandra Gardens.
The alternative festive trees will be on show to visitors from Saturday, November 28, through to after New Year. As the event is outdoors, it is able to continue in lockdown.
Children will also be able to post their letters to Father Christmas at the special post office.
Christmas at the Castle will be going ahead despite the pandemic putting paid to the popular Christmas market and Santa's grotto.
It will run from Saturday, November 28 to Sunday, January 3, 2021, and is included in the usual admission price.
Book at leeds-castle.com
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