IMPORTANT UPDATE – CANCELLATION
It is with great regret that due to the uncertain end date of the current national lockdown, this year’s Spectacle of Light at Haughley Park in February has had to be cancelled.
For everyone who has booked we will be emailing you directly to explain the options. If you haven’t received an email by 11 January please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We apologise that our Spectacle of Light can not go ahead but rest assured we will be back with a great Spectacle next year.
The Spectacle of Light Team
…a breathtaking experience from start to finish…Melissa Williams
Discover the night-time wonder of Haughley Park and its gardens brought to life as you follow a beautiful new Spectacle of Light and Sound around the glorious gardens.
Explore this magical illuminated trail marvelling at the glorious gardens and majestic trees all lit under the stars. Enjoy the wonderful music as you discover each new secret of this romantic environment.
New and exciting for 2021!
Discover the amazing Carpet of Colour and the flickering Field of Fire. Walk through the Kaleidoscope, gaze at the Mirror balls, Moroccan lanterns and much, much more!
Eats and Treats!
Sip delicious drinks of mulled wine and hot chocolate as you meander along this beautiful trail. Stop in the Barn Courtyard and tuck into some scrumptious hot food and bitesize desserts.
Buy tickets for a wonderful winter treat or perhaps gift them to loved ones for birthdays and other occasions. They would also be the perfect romantic present for your partner on Valentine’s Day…
- Estimated walk time 60 – 75 minutes
- Suitable for all the family
- Wishing Tree
- Free parking
- Wheelchair friendly
- Dogs welcome on a short lead
- Book tickets in advance to save up to 25%
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Note: If you use Google Maps for your journey, please use postcode IP14 3JU to bring you to the correct road then look out for the entrance to Haughley Park.
You can book with confidence for our Spectacle of Light illuminated trail.
Be assured that the safety and well-being of our visitors is of the utmost importance to us and we are continually monitoring and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic situation as it evolves. Current plans in place for the comfort and reassurance of our visitors include:
- Reducing the number of tickets on sale within each time slot from previous years, to allow visitors more space
- Revising the trail route to one-way and reducing the chance of pinch points to manage visitor flow
- Additional cleaning and having hand sanitisation stations where appropriate
- Catering facilities are being designed to allow social distancing
In the unlikely situation that we need to cancel the whole event, you can transfer your ticket to the following year, or get a refund.