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Saturday, 10 December 2016

Blogmas #10: Kew Garden Christmas Lights

Open until 2nd January Kew Garden's annual Christmas Light Display is well worth visiting! 

More info HERE 

It takes about 2 hours to walk round and enjoy the full splendour of lights on show. 
There are stands mid-way through the trail to buy mulled wine (£5), mulled cider and other festive treats (one mince pie for £3) as well as a Hog Roast (£8) or BBQ. Buy a gourmet marshmallow (£1.50) and toast it too- they delish! It's all quite over-priced but gets you in the festive spirit!

You are given a time slot with your ticket which meant that the place was busy but not overcrowded and you could get a good view of everything. 

Here are some of of the pictures I took on route round the trail. 

Video/Light Projection, musical singing trees, atmospheric spot lit trees and a tunnel of light were just some of the highLIGHTs on display. 

The Trees took on another form when lit at night.  
Lantern sculptures of the 12 days of Christmas surrounded in fire-lit torches

Cherry Blossom Lights 

The Hive

The Hive

Toasting our marshmallows

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