Festive illuminations and decorations in Devon

We've decked the halls and are all dressed for Christmas with festive illuminations, Christmas trees and decorations. Find out where you can get into the festive spirit near you.

Winter illuminations at Knightshayes Court

Be sure to see Knightshayes' illuminated winter wonderland this Christmas

The illuminations are back again this year, and they're set to look more magical than ever. Find out when you can see this beautiful display.

The house at Coleton Fishacre lit for Christmas at Coleton Aglow

Coleton Aglow

The garden at Coleton Fishacre will be aglow this Christmas. On selected days in December, you can see the exotic and dramatic garden filled with festive light, and explore the house decorated for a 1920s Christmas party at Coleton Aglow.

A lantern of light

See a lantern of light at Montacute House - from 2 December

A lantern of light in the Somerset countryside.

Killerton House framed by twinkling Christmas trees.

Christmas at Killerton: The Snow Queen

Step through the door and enter a world of magic.

Greenway cinema seats facing the screen

Greenway's 1950s pop-up Christmas cinema

A pop-up 1950s cinema will be opening its doors once again at Greenway this December. The vintage-styled cinema in a cosy marquee in the garden, complete with red velvet seats and uniformed ushers, will be screening classic crime films selected by guest curator Sophie Hannah.

The kitchen table at Buckland Abbey

Elizabethan Feast and Festivity

Visiting the Abbey this Christmas is like taking a journey back in time, with the sights, sounds and smells of a Tudor household.

A child doing a bark rubbing against a tree

Winter family fun at Greenway

On November and December weekends Greenway has lots for families to see and do. You could explore the garden, help to make Christmas decorations, complete a spotter trail or even meet Father Christmas.

Stars made by pupils from St Andrew's Primary School in the Great Barn at Buckland Abbey

The Great Barn at Buckland Abbey

From 1 December until 2 January, the Great Barn will be filled with a magnificent display depicting Elizabethan Feast and Festivity, created by NAFAS groups.