Join us for a 70s Christmas at Lamb House this festive season!
The house will be transformed with Christmas trees, lights, decorations and objects reminiscent of the colourful 1970s.
Featuring contemporary toys, family crafts, opportunities to decorate our Christmas tree, weekly storybook readings of Rumer Godden's Christmas tale The Fairy Doll, and more.
Rumer Godden lived at Lamb House from 1967 until 1974 and is best known for works such as Black Narcissus and The Diddakoi, which was awarded the first ever Whitbread Children's Book Award.
More details to follow.
Runs 27 Nov - 20 Dec (Open daily excl. Wed)
Event ticket prices
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.Check admission prices
- Meeting point
Please scan your National Trust membership cards or purchase entry tickets at Visitor Reception in the annexe next to the main entrance to the house.
Get creative with colour and create wax paper stained glass panels to fill our window display in Visitor Reception, as part of the Christmas in Rye Festival.