Tickets for Christmas at Dunham Massey, the after-dark illuminated festive trail, have gone on sale today.
The popular event will return to the National Trust venue from November 17th to December 31st.
New for 2023 will be a huge silver star, Nova, shrouded in mist as if just fallen from the sky, and colour-changing batons of light stretching into the distance.
Father Christmas will also make his customary appearance along the way.
Georgina Lofthouse, General Manager of Dunham Massey, said: “It’s wonderful to see so many people enjoying the Georgian house, gardens and deer park adorned with seasonal sparkle at Christmas time.
“Every ticket sold supports the National Trust to look after this special place for everyone to enjoy, from caring for the roaming fallow deer to ensuring the historic longevity of the historic collection in this house.”
Matthew Findlay, Head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, added: “Positive public feedback was overwhelming last year and we urge everyone to come and see our exciting new innovations for 2023. The trail will be a fantastic combination of spectacular new creations and some classic favourites, which will delight visitors young and old in what has become a festive family tradition for so many.”
Christmas at Dunham Massey returns from November 17th to December 31st (closed 20, 21, 27, 28 Nov; 4, 11, 25 Dec). It's open from 4.30pm with last entry 8.30pm (excluding 24, 26, 31 Dec), and closes at 10pm.