Christmas at Dunham Massey 2021

Children walking in front of the illuminated house

The after-dark illuminated trail through festive gardens returns for its fifth year at Dunham Massey. Spend time together and create everlasting memories as you make your way through the mesmerising trail. Book early to avoid disappointment.

From 19 November 2021 to 2 January 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year when over a million lights, lasers and seasonal sounds fill the air with festive fun at Dunham Massey. Look forward to some together time and make everlasting memories, as you enter beside glittering deer, discover sparkling tunnels of light, dancing waterside reflections and trees drenched in jewel-like colour. Pause at mesmerising flickering flames in the fire garden for a moment of reflection, marvel at larger-than-life illuminations and don’t forget to glimpse Father Christmas along the way.

Our crew of talented independent street food vendors bring a delicious twist to tasty treats on offer. Have yourself a holly, jolly Christmas and complete your walk under the stars with a *spiced winter warmer or *hot chocolate shared with someone special.

Your very merriest Christmas starts here. Limited capacity with timed entry. Plan now to secure the date and time of your choice.

*separate charges apply

Christmas at Dunham Massey

National Trust Members

National Trust members will receive free car parking this year. You must select this at the time of booking and member parking will be validated on the evening of your visit by checking your membership card.

Winter Lights Trail brought to you at Dunham Massey by Raymond Gubbay Ltd (Sony Music) in partnership with the National Trust.

A family in the garden at Dunham Massey

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Autumn deer at Dunham Massey, Cheshire

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