Cornwall’s Shipwreck Treasure Museum is giving visitors the chance to explore Europe’s longest underground festive tunnel of lights this December.
The subterranean passageways beneath the Charlestown visitor attraction, have been illuminated to create a unique Christmas attraction over the festive period.
4 kilometres of cabling and 40,000 lights have been used to decorate the walls to create the record-breaking festive tunnel.
The iconic Lancashire landmark is always a hit with visitors, whether children or octogenarians, there's something to do for everyone in this seaside hotspot!
The Blackpool Tower Circus
Mooky and Mr Boo entertain with a fabulously wacky show which features everything from their trips around the world, to their wild western standoff in Buffalo Bill. The Endresz family's Blackpool Tower Circus show has wowed audiences and delighted families for over two decades – it's the most famous circus in the UK!
A free gift-wrapping ‘disguise’ service will be available in Grand Central on 19th and 20th December
Bullring & Grand Central are on a mission to keep the magic of Christmas alive through a new gift-wrapping service with a difference. Experts at the ‘Under Wraps’ boutique will disguise your gift as something completely different to avoid your loved ones guessing what’s under the Christmas tree.
Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market and Ice Rink Open To Sunday 22 December (ice rink open until 5 January 2020)
The bustling Winchester Cathedral Christmas Market is recognised as one of the best in Europe. Here you will find wonderful gifts, decorations and festive foods, a delightful Food Court, a Crafts Village, and over 100 chalets to explore.
Lightwater Valley’s all-new festive family light trail Alice in Winterland has opened to rave reviews.
With more than 100 giant light sculptures, the trail includes a host of familiar figures from Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass including the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, and of course, Alice herself.