Christmas at Kingston Lacy launches this Friday, as more light installations have been confirmed for the Christmas trail.

Two new installations have been confirmed by Sony Music, who organise the event in partnership with the National Trust. This trail, created by Culture Creative, is one of 30 Christmas trails organised by Sony Music across Europe, USA and Australia.

Laser Garden, by Mandylights, uses slowly moving coloured laser beams amongst theatrical fog. Crystal Garden, by Output Arts, illuminates the night with clusters of giant glowing shards to create a fantastical festive landscape.

Bournemouth Echo:

The festivities will run for just over three weeks, from December 2 until Christmas Eve. Visitors to the house and grounds can enjoy lights and art installations, set to a choreographed soundtrack. Other installations include Heart Walk, the 12 Days of Christmas made of wicker and Meadow of Light.

Visitors can get food from independent street food vendors, including an artisan marshmallow stand where visitors can toast marshmallows over an open fire.

Bournemouth Echo:

Matthew Findlay, the head of UK Trails for Sony Music/Raymond Gubbay Ltd, said: “We are hugely excited by the plans for this year’s trail, with artists creating beautiful, new installations which will provide even more ‘wow’ factor for 2022.”

The festive trail is for visitors of all ages, and tickets are available now.