Still time to explore theme park’s wonderland at Lightwater Valley

The Mad Hatter and friends at Lightwater Valley.The Mad Hatter and friends at Lightwater Valley.
The Mad Hatter and friends at Lightwater Valley.
Illuminated by the hundreds of magical lantern displays, this Christmas, Lightwater Valley will be home to Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, Humpty Dumpty and more of those Lewis Carroll’s childhood characters we all know and love over the festive period

This immersive Christmas lights trail is perfect festive fun for all the family, whatever your age.

From a life-size chessboard with an Alice pawn to the iconic Mad Hatter’s tea party, there’s ways to get involved throughout the experience.

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Hundreds of giant illuminated light sculptures will illustrate stories from Alice in Wonderland and Alice through the Looking Glass.

Watch the Mad Hatter prepare for his crazy tea party, marvel at a four-metre tall Alice lantern and come face to face with the infamous Queen herself.

There will be no Santa’s grotto at the event though.

There is still time to catch the magical event this weekend, from Friday to Sunday, and over the same period next weekend too.

The full theme park won’t be open but families can enjoy some traditional fairground fun including a spin on the carousel and take to the night sky on the Skyrider.

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For little ones the Indoor Play Area and Young Fun Rides will be open, to entertain guests of all ages (included in the entrance price).

Alice in Winterland will be open from 4pm to 8pm with last entry at 7pm.

Click on the website to check availability and to book tickets.

Pre-booked online tickets - adult £14, child (2 – 15 years) £10 , under 2s free.

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