Christmas at Bedgebury's Festive Woodland Walk Returns in 2020



Following last year's sold out event, enjoy a festive woodland walk for all the family, at the incredible Christmas at Bedgebury, returning for its third year in 2020. You’ll find new moments to share with friends and family and brand new bright lights for winter nights.

What To See

Surround yourself with sparkle this Christmas as the after dark trail at Bedgebury lights up for it’s third year.

Enter a world festooned with seasonal cheer enhanced by a soundtrack of festive classics. Wander beneath unique tree canopies drenched in Christmas colour. Immerse yourself within woodland neon strings as bouncing lines glow in the moonlight. Discover singing trees rising high into the night sky and a forest saturated in ever-changing beams of colour. Stroll beside colour-changing water-side reflections and under trees dripping with silvery shards of light, snowflakes and stars.

Explore the light maze and look out for giant baubles and snowflakes where you least expect them. The tunnel of light returns with twinkling splendour and this year, why not pause for a moment of quiet reflection at the fire garden, aglow with hundreds of flickering flames.

Food & Drink

Passionate about food, our crew of talented independent street food vendors bring a delicious twist to the treats on offer. So have yourself a merry little Christmas! Complete your walk under the stars with mulled wine* or hot chocolate* with someone special.

What Do Visitors Think?

The last two years of Christmas at Bedgebury have welcomed thousands of satisfied visitors, who enjoyed festive evenings out with families, friends and loved ones.

So, we had a little look on TripAdvisor, and these happy customers summed it up perfectly!

"We went to the Christmas at Bedgebury event early this December, it was amazing! Great for both adults and children, the food on the stalls was great and the whole walk was beautifully lit and so lovely to walk around. If it’s on again next year, make time to go! Price would be a little cheaper but I’d pay for it again." - LizzieHinde

"Went for the Christmas lights. My twins and I loved it. [...] Kids loved all the different colour lights, especially the hanging ones to walkthrough and the light tunnel. They had hot chocolate, hot dogs and roasted marshmallows. Although not cheap, well worth it for the thank yous I got on the way home. Spent nearly 2 hours there and not an argument in sight. Would recommend wellies or walking boots, especially if like my son you like to go off the path!" - ClaireYemm73

"Bedgebury Pinetum has now hosted a spectacular Christmas event for the last few years. It seems to get better every year. When the weather is kind, it can be a romantic gentle evening stroll through some spectacular light displays that show a magical side to the location. There are places to eat and drink and take photos of the dream-like displays. Gets you into the spirit of Christmas" - 815AlistairG

COVID-19 Policies

Your safety is of the utmost importance, so you can book with confidence for Christmas at Bedgebury. Significant measures have been put in place to ensure all visitors have a magical, stress-free visit, and furthermore, the event continually monitors and responds to the Coronavirus pandemic, with more in-depth details on trail safety and measures here.

Book Tickets

Christmas at Bedgebury is a must-do event in the festive calendar, so visitors can expect festive bursts of colour as they explore Bedgebury Pinetum's stunning surroundings. Tickets sell out fast each year, therefore early booking is advised.

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