Ignite: Fire & Fantasy at Tyntesfield

Ignite at Tyntesfield

Until Sunday 27 Feb 2022, experience the enchanting trail of light, lanterns, fantasy and fire in the garden at Tyntesfield.

The gothic extravaganza of this Victorian home is surrounded by heritage trees and picture-perfect parkland at the National Trust’s Tyntesfield, near Bristol.

It’s the ideal setting for this new, after-dark experience. Wander between flickering flames and majestic trees – from one amazing space to another.

Ignite at Tyntesfield is brought to you by Sony Music in partnership with the National Trust.

As twilight falls, the magic begins 

Within this fiery interpretation of stars and spheres, illuminated flora and fantasy, there are moments of reflection and playful discovery set to a soundscape that will inspire and intrigue.

Join with family and friends to immerse yourself in the shimmering effects of fire and light.

Expect the unexpected with fairies dancing in the trees, fiery fish and woodland wildlife sculpted in willow as you stroll down Holly Walk and into a winter landscape filled with wonder.

Book your tickets safe in the knowledge that if Covid-19 Government legislation requires cancellation, you can re-book your slot or get a refund. COVID-19 guidelines are being followed and processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.

A light filled display at Tyntesfield near Bristol

National Trust members

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

A couple walk through fiery installations including a large metal sculpture


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