Celebrate Christmas at Lacock

Christmas has arrived at Lacock, with willow reindeer, a roaring open fire in the Great Hall on weekends and an enormous Christmas tree in the Courtyard and festive sparkle at every turn.

Lacock's festive trail sticker

A Christmas Tale family trail

This festive trail is all about the Christmas tradition of storytelling. Look for the missing words to complete the poem and don’t forget to collect your special sticker from visitor reception before you leave!

Carols in the courtyard with Same Difference Arts

Courtyard Christmas Carols

Celebrate Christmas in our abbey courtyard with performances inspired by traditional Christmas carol singers: featuring classic carols from the period such as 'O, Christmas Tree', 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen' and 'Jingle Bells'.

The Great Hall in Lacock Abbey decorated with a large Christmas tree and garlands around the fire place in Lacock, Wilthsire.

Lacock Abbey's Great Hall

The Great Hall of Lacock Abbey is once again glowing with traditional Christmas cheer as we celebrate the festive season with a roaring wood fire and fully decorated Christmas tree. The Great Hall is open until 31st December. Thursday - Sunday 11.30am-3.30pm.

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Shopping in Lacock

Our shops are a treasure trove of Lacock souvenirs and local products, the perfect accompaniments to your visit.

Lit up trees at the Lacock Abbey Christmas tree festival in Wiltshire

Christmas Tree Festival

Explore the cloister with the arrival of the annual community Christmas tree festival. Themes around traditions of Christmas past, you can vote for your favourite, with the winning tree announced on our social media early in the New Year.

Catering assistant serving visitors in the Stables Cafe

Stables café and Courtyard tea-room

Our new Courtyard tea-room in the heart of Lacock Abbey and Stables café in Lacock village both offer a seasonal range of homemade cakes and drinks.

Parents and children sitting on a rug by a Christmas tree and Father Christmas

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It’s a busy time of year for Father and Mother Christmas, but they’ll be taking a bit of time out at the weekends to visit Lacock Abbey. You can meet them in the festive surroundings of the Abbey kitchen, where Mother Christmas will be telling stories and Father Christmas will be handing out a gift to each child.