Before any chocolate eggs have been eaten or Easter Egg hunts conducted tickets are available to bag for this Christmas’ festive lights displays across the UK
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With Easter just round the corner, tickets for some of this year’s Christmas lights displays are already going on sale.
Easter eggs haven’t even been cracked open as plans are already taking place for some of the UK’s annual Christmas light extravaganzas.
Before any Easter Egg hunts have been conducted, tickets are already on sale for some of this winter’s light displays, Nottinghamshire Live reported.
Tickets for the annual extravaganza at Wollaton Hall are on pre-sale from today, with general sale available from Monday.
The popular event is now well into its third years, with both 2020’s and 2021’s a sell-out.
Last year saw over 100,000 visitors enjoying the festive trail of lights and lasers, featuring stars, woodland animals and deer
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Visitors were also able to enjoy a Christmas market and open-air terrace serving festive food and drink.
New attractions for 2022 will be revealed soon. The trail will open on Friday December 2 and run until Sunday January 1, 2023.
Pre-bookable slots staggered every 30 minutes are available.
More than 90 per cent of those who attended in 2021 said they’d make a return visit, so tickets are expected to sell-out fast.
One said: “Even more magical than last year. I think it’s one of those that will grow and grow and become an unmissable tradition.”
A spokesperson for the event said: “We’re excited for another spectacular Christmas event and want to thank everyone who has visited Christmas at Wollaton so far, for supporting our event.
“We’re delighted that, as a special thank you, we’re able to offer Nottingham City Council tax payers a special discount.”
For full ticket details visit christmasatwollaton.org.
While this may seem early to some, it comes months behind another of the UK’s most popular Christmas lights attractions.
Back in January, Blenheim Palace put tickets on sale for its own festive events.
The Kingdom of the Snow Queen Christmas event was available to buy and book from January, in the same month its predecessor stopped running.
Combining its Christmas lights trail with street vendors and food and redecorated palace rooms for the festive event.
For full ticket details visit blenheimpalace.com/whats-on/events/christmas/
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.