Christmas at Dunham Massey, the after-dark illuminated festive trail, is returning to the historic National Trust venue next month.
The annual spectacular will take place between November 18th and January 2nd.
Curated installations this year include larger-than-life Lilies, a multi-coloured laser garden and Light a Wish by OGE Group, which resembles several heads of fluffy dandelions floating in the night sky.
There will also be a new work called Gladioli Tunnel by Jigantics, a UK-based arts collective launched in 2007 by Altrincham-born Jig Cochrane.
The new work will see visitors bathed in a myriad of different lights under arches of multicoloured flowers.
Christmas at Dunham Massey is put on by Sony Music in partnership with the National Trust. The trail is created by Culture Creative.
Matthew Findlay, Head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, said: “We are hugely excited by the plans for this year’s trail, with artists creating beautiful, new installations which will provide even more ‘wow’ factor for 2022.”
The trail is designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
There will also be a number of independent street food vendors on site, and plenty of opportunities to warm up with a hot chocolate or toasted marshmallow on the route.
To guarantee your date and time, book here.