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Christmas at Bedgebury festive illuminated trail opens at Bedgebury Pinetum this week


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One of the must-see highlights of the Kent Christmas calendar opens to ticket holders this week.

The one-mile illuminated trail through the trees of Bedgebury Pinetum - Christmas at Bedgebury - opens to visitors on Friday, November 19.

Chritsmas at Bedgebury will be back from this weekend Picture: Christmas at Bedgebury
Chritsmas at Bedgebury will be back from this weekend Picture: Christmas at Bedgebury

The family-friendly trail takes visitors through the heart of the High Weald AONB countryside in Goudhurst, which will be awash with magical light displays.

This year’s must-see sights include the Lantern Trees, Giant Lilies on Marshall’s Lake and the Insta-friendly Tunnel of Light with its 100,000 pea lights shimmering in the darkness.

There will be seasonal surprises around every corner and there may also be a chance to glimpse Father Christmas among the trees as you make your way through the forest.

The outdoor event is on selected dates from Friday, November 19 to Monday, January 3. There are just a handful of tickets for some later evening slots left.

Bedgebury will have a tunnel of lights Picture: Christmas at Bedgebury
Bedgebury will have a tunnel of lights Picture: Christmas at Bedgebury
Giant Lilies at Christmas at Bedgebury Picture: Matthew Andrews/Christmas at Bedgebury
Giant Lilies at Christmas at Bedgebury Picture: Matthew Andrews/Christmas at Bedgebury

Tickets cost from £20 for adults and £13.50 for children, with a family ticket for two adults and two children costing £64. There is free entry for carers and children aged two and under. To book the last few tickets click here.

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