Christmas at Wollaton tickets go on sale!


Last year Nottingham’s Wollaton Hall & Deer Park was transformed into Christmas at Wollaton Hall  an enchanting, unique, outdoor festive installation, the first ever such event held in Nottingham.   


With rave reviews, the inaugural event was massively successful for award winning organisers Kilimanjaro, such was its popularity that many people left were disappointed after the event sold out. Early birds have been able to secure their tickets since January and they, along with those who had to reschedule due to Covid will be able secure their time slots from 9am on Friday 25th June ahead of the release of all time slots on Monday 28th June at 9am.


Christmas at Wollaton will open on Friday 26th November 2021 runs until 9th January 2022.  Due to demand the event will now run for 7 weeks and with extra timeslots to enable more people to enjoy the trail including a new Twilight Viewing Package, which starts at 4pm and will run every day from Friday 3rd December to Saturday 1st January.


For 2021 there will be a completely new look trail, so that as twilight descends Wollaton Hall will again turn transform into an enchanting world of stunning lights with atmospheric music. The formal gardens around Wollaton Hall will become a magical wonderland to captivate visitors of all ages, with awe inspiring illuminations providing a stunning multi-sensory experience.  



Organisers commented “This year’s event will be even better than before, and we are really encouraging people to book their slot as soon as possible. This time around we will also be able to extend our food and drink offer for visitors to enjoy as well as having a wonderful festive Christmas market, so for Christmas 2021 there will be even more to enjoy.”  


Also new for 2021, Christmas at Wollaton is offering VIP packages that include priority entry to the trial, exclusive access to the VIP Terrace Bar with drinks voucher. In addition, all visitors will be able access the Christmas Market with is festive treats and tickets.


Stuart Galbraith, the CEO of Kilimanjaro added “After a tough year we’re looking forward again to celebrating the festive season in style in Nottingham.  With fewer restrictions this time around it will be even bigger and better, and even more magical than ever. A seasonal classic with a contemporary twist that will truly become an annual tradition in the calendar for visitors from across the region.” 


Nottingham City Council residents will again enjoy a 10% saving on tickets for Christmas at Wollaton 2021. 


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