Did Cinderella leave her shoe on the stairs? can you smell porridge in the Great Kitchen? Some of the rooms within the house have been visited by some of our most loved fairy tales. See all the magic for yourself this Christmas.
Whether you're looking to celebrate old traditions, make new memories or simply escape the hustle and bustle – it wouldn't be Christmas without a visit into the house. This year you can journey into a fairy tale of your own as rooms not usually open are dressed for Christmas.
The decorations have all been inspired by some of our favourite fairy tales like Cinderella, Beauty and the beast, Pinocchio, Goldilocks and the three bears and Rapunzel. Think twinkly lights and decadently decorated Christmas trees to get you and your family in the Christmas mood.
Handy info for your visit
What time is the house open?
The house opens at 12 noon with last entry at 7.30pm. Please check the opening times page for full opening times information.
Can i bring in my pushchair?
It can get really busy in the house at Christmas so if you'd prefer to enjoy your visit without your pushchair please feel free to pop it into the pushchair parking in stable 12 when you enter the garden.
Can my dog come along too?
Dogs are very welcome in the parkland; however the house and garden where Enchanted Saltram is held is a dog-free area. Dogs are allowed into the Winter Courtyard Cafe under the tipi situated in the stables.
Is the house accessible for wheelchairs?
Due to the historic nature of the house and numerous sets of steps up and down there is a limited route for wheelchair users which goes through 4 of the 7 rooms open at Christmas.
Do members visit for free?
Entry for National Trust members and children under 5 is free. Visit our admissions page for prices for non-members.
Did you know...
As a charity your visit to Saltram to see the house sparkle helps us keep Saltram sparkling all year long.