Tickets go on sale for Christmas at Dunham Massey with new lights for 2023

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Christmas at Dunham Massey, the after-dark illuminated festive trail, will return to the iconic National Trust venue in the North West between 17th November and 31st December.

Demand for this popular Christmas trail near Manchester is likely to be high, so advanced booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment.

Matthew Findlay, Head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, said: “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.”

New for 2023, discover colour-changing batons of light stretching out into the distance; a huge silver star, Nova, shrouded in mist as if just fallen from the sky; and star-shaped arches high above you. There will also be a magical glimpse of Father Christmas along the way.

Christmas at Dunham Massey is full of seasonal surprises and shimmering reflections that cast light on beautiful silhouettes of majestic trees, all choreographed to a soundtrack of festive favourites. 

Georgina Lofthouse, General Manager of Dunham Massey, added: “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.”

Along the trail, independent street food vendors bring a delicious twist with tasty treats on offer. Complete your walk under the stars with a *spiced winter warmer or *hot chocolate shared with friends and family.

Everyone loves toasting a marshmallow over an open fire and the artisan *marshmallow stall gives visitors the chance to warm their hands and enjoy this sweet outdoor tradition.


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