The best Christmas light trails in England

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Another recent fashion started a few years ago in Kew Gardens, outdoor places with many paths illuminated by many lights that are made in the evening during the Christmas period. In the era of Instagram, we can’t be surprised if they are successful.

A London began Kew Gardens, followed by Syon Park and others. Now practically all the large gardens in the country make a bright path and you are spoiled for choice! We select the best in England with the link to where to find tickets.

As always we have the ‘dad’ of the illuminated paths at Kew Gardens, if you are on a tight budget you can visit the one in Wembley Park called Winterfest which is free. This year we also have Kenwood House in London.

Near Grantham in Lincolnshire lies Belton House than a luminous path almost two kilometres long with Christmas music, bright flowers and giant candles.

Bedgebury is located in Kent at Goudhurst , it is a pine forest but that you can see in the dark well lit by thousands of lights.

Thursford in Norfolk has it all, including a light path from late November. Otherwise you can go to Delamere Forest in Cheshire. Also returns Gibside in the North East of England.

The light path at Hillsbourough Castle is very impressive and the tickets can be found here . Not even Kingston Lacy jokes about atmosphere.

In Devon you can instead go to Killerton .

Stourhead is located in Wiltshire and is always nice to see but for the Christmas becomes very illuminated e suggestive.

Like every year also Blenheim Palace has its own illuminated path not to missed if you are in the area.

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