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Christmas at Waddesdon

Christmas at Waddesdon is back with magical lights, the gardens aglow and dazzling displays inside the house creating a Waddesdon-inspired wonderland for the first time since 2019.

Christmas in the House: follow a new route through the East Wing with festive displays, sparkling trees and sumptuous decorations inspired by the Manor’s many treasures, from famous portraits to exquisite porcelain. Light installations will add a touch of Winter Light magic.

As the sun goes down, watch the spectacle of the Manor’s façade illuminated with dancing lights set to sequenced music.

From dusk, enjoy mesmerising new light installations alongside some seasonal favourites. Look out for interactives at Tay Bridge, Daffodil Valley transformed with 5,000 orbs creating a glittering blanket and walk through a tunnel of twinkling stars.

Sat 12 Nov – Mon 2 Jan 2023, Wed-Sun plus Mon 19, Tue 20, Tue 27 Dec & Mon 2 Jan

Grounds 12-7pm, House 12.30-7pm

waddesdon.org.uk

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