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Don’t miss your chance to discover Wonder Nights! Assemble the whole family and discover a highly-rated after dark adventure updated to celebrate the turn of the new year!
Discover enchanting lands under the stars and glorious gardens illuminated with gleaming delight. Plus no end of new-year merriment ensures this is one escapade you really shouldn’t miss before the holiday season is out!
Escape away from the everyday and journey through worlds of discovery…
Start your evening exploration indoors with an explosive special effects start through the Door to Enchantia! You’ll find a beautiful woodland glade here full of seasonal cheer including 36 Christmas trees and over 15,000 fairy lights!
Head into Christmas Grove and feel the magic come alive under the giant shadows of Father Time himself. From here on in – dream with your eyes wide open!
The Glow Workshop
Harding & Scoots Coffee
For the first time ever – meander beyond old wrought iron gates and see this famed landscape electrified in a mirage of glowing plants, colourful towering trees and an awesome laser alley!
At the Cedar Lawn, open your heart to an atmospheric new year celebration of light and music that will bring your whole family together. Here, every colour under the rainbow creates one awe-inspiring masterpiece under the stars.
The Marshmallow Man
Far from the majestic delights of the Earl’s Garden lies a more vulnerable edge to Mount Edgcumbe in Realm of the Red Flower – a fiery region deep within the woods. This is the only fire-garden in the South-West with over 55 real fire effects!
Toast marshmallows in fire-pits and lose yourself in the smoky confines of this secluded zone. One thing’s for sure – things are about to fire up!
Food & Drink
The Marshmallow Man – toasting area
Rhelm of the Red Flower is open from 4.00pm but the real fire elements will be lit nightly at dusk. This tends to occur between 4.15pm and 4.45pm.
As the trees clear, the views from the Summer house on the upper terrace provide a vantage point over the entire city of Plymouth – so you’ll want to hang around here and wonder awhile.
Just around the next corner, see magnificent statues, garden ornaments and formal features adorned with thousands of delicate white fairy lights before you head into Mystic Mansion!
Behind the mighty turret walls is the real heart of the park! Reminisce on the tranquillity of life back in time and see the magnificent Library and Drawing Room illuminated solely by candlelight.
There’s a somewhat haunting atmosphere as you venture to the Great Hall, but not to worry – magic eventually takes over in an awesome sound and light finale updated to celebrate the new year ahead!
Disabled Toilet – at the experience exit
Mystic Mansion opens nightly at 5.00pm. Last admission is at 8.30pm in December and 7.30pm in January.
Nothing’s better during the festive season than gathering those closest to you over the best food and Ales. Head indoors to Sir Piers’ Brewhouse and you’ll find Christmas cheer in abundance where you can chat about the good times!
Outside you’ll find Lady Emma’s Feasting Tents – a spectacular array of wholesome winter fodder from giant Bratwurst sausages, filled Yorkshire puddings with Paella pan roast potatoes and Churro’s with dipping sauces. We’re dribbling just reading this!
Food & Drink
Sir Piers’ Brewhouse
Lady Emma’s Feasting Tents
Toilets – located behind the Marquee
Built in the 1900’s, cosy up in the indoor warmth of the converted horse Stables to enjoy delicious hot food including a large selection of cakes and cookies and a tempting selection of hot drinks.
Then take a journey of rediscovery at the Upcycled Home Co. and find a Christmas gift for literally everyone. Plus – don’t forget to see the estates Fire Engine before it’s called away on duty!
Stables Courtyard is outside the admission area, so if you arrive early you can explore this area before you head for the entrance.
Stables Courtyard is open daily 10.00am – 6.00pm.
Wander down a quaint little street full of character and past old buildings that were once a thriving private part of estate life. Shop beautiful hand printed linen in Helen’s studio and peek through the door of the parks resident Blacksmith.
Traders Alley has now closed for the season and is not available on remaining event nights.
Traders Alley is open nightly 28 Nov – 24 Dec, 2018.
Some year-round independent businesses here may open after Christmas, but this is not guaranteed.
Disabled Toilet – accessible by lift
Model Railway Exhibition
Traders Alley is outside the admission area, so if you arrive early you can explore this area before you head for the entrance.