Stately home Blenheim Palace has announced its Christmas lights illuminated trail will take place this year.

From November 20 to January 3 the trail will return to the grounds of the palace in Woodstock, following last year’s sell-out success.

There will be a number of new installations, including Blue Neuron - created from reworked heat-treated plastic bottles, Heart of Stars, scattering thousands of tiny refracted beams across the path leading to the Rose Garden, and the Water Terrace Fire Garden.


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Christmas at Blenheim Palace is staged by leading events promoter Raymond Gubbay Limited, a division of Sony Music, in partnership with Blenheim Palace.

The trail is created by Culture Creative.

Tickets for popular dates sell out fast so early booking is advised.


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Advanced Admission Tickets cost from: Adult £19 - £21.50, Child (Age 3-16) £13-£15, and Family £60-£68 (2 adults and 2 children).