November 26, 2019 12.53 pm This story is over 53 months old

Magical Christmas forest light trail arrives at Belton House

Enjoy the magic of Christmas

A new magical mile-long Christmas light trail will transform the gardens at the National Trust’s Belton House in Grantham from Thursday.

The trail is part of the Christmas at Belton event, which will run between November 28 and December 30. The new trail features incredible light installations and will enchant visitors with classical Christmas tunes. The trail will run on selected dates – click here for more information.

Tickets are priced at £17.50 for adults, £12 for children (under 3s and carers can enter free), and £56 for family tickets – click here to buy tickets.

Illuminated Trees at Christmas at Belton House.

The tree tops at Belton will glisten and the gardens will shimmer and sparkle with the new trail, with shards of light, frosty snowflakes, stars and baubles.

People can walk through a towering Tunnel of Light with over 100,000 pea-lights. They will be able to hear the melodious voices of the Singing Trees in the distance. Dancing lines of light will playfully bounce across the branches in the Laser Garden.

The Fire Garden at Christmas at Belton House.

There will also be hidden surprises – pause alongside the moonpool reflections and glimpse the sculptural Fire Garden as it flickers and crackles.

There will also be topiary trees draped in pea-lights, flickering in time to much-loved festive classics.

The Cathedral of Light at Christmas at Belton House.

There will also be Victorian fairground rides in the Estate Yard for an additional cost, as well as the chance to catch a glimpse of Father Christmas and his elves.

Spiced cider, mulled wine or hot chocolate will be available, and visitors can gather round the fire pit to toast marshmallows (additional charges apply).

A girl inside the Cathedral of Light at Christmas at Belton.

Christmas at Belton is created by events promoter Raymond Gubbay Limited, a division of Sony Music, in partnership with the National Trust. The trail is created by creative producer Culture Creative.