National Trust-owned Tyntesfield near Bristol will host a brand new light and lantern trail.
The new after-dark adventure is called Ignite and has been specially designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
The fantasy trail of lights, lanterns and fire will take place in the grounds of the Victorian gothic revival house at Wraxall.
Created by Culture Creative, the trail is a collaboration between Sony Music and the National Trust.
Visitors will be able to wander between flickering flames and majestic trees, and marvel as lights dance from one amazing space to another.
Within this fiery interpretation of stars and spheres, illuminated flora and fantasy, there are moments of reflection and playful discovery set to a soundscape that will inspire and intrigue.
Family and friends can immerse themselves in the shimmering effects of fire and light, as well as glimpse sculpted woodland wildlife.
Visitors will also spot fairies dancing in trees and fiery fish glowing at dusk.
Tyntesfield is an ornate Victorian Gothic Revival house with extensive gardens and parkland, nestled on a hillside near Bristol.
The Gibbs family transformed a small Georgian manor house into the extravagant Gothic masterpiece that visitors can see today.
The house is surrounded by impressive grounds and has far reaching views across the Somerset countryside and Bristol Channel.
The beautiful formal gardens provide an array of colour and an abundance of nature. There are flower-filled terraces, extensive woodland, significant trees, an empty lake and a productive walled garden. Visitors can also explore the many less formal buildings found around the site.
The Ignite lights and lanterns trail will take place at Tyntesfield from February 4-20.
An Adult Trail ticket is £16.50, or £24.50 including parking, and children are £12.
There’s also a Family Trail ticket with a parking space for £62 (it admits two adults and two children and includes one car parking space).
There is free entry for carers and children aged two and under.
Parking is £8 per car, to be booked in advance.
Tickets are on sale now from here.
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