Gather family and friends and head out onto our brand new illuminated light trail. Winding around the historic Three Counties Showground at the foot of the famous Malvern Hills, the sparkling lit trail promises a fabulous spectrum of winter colours and new installations.
Visit the lake with its dancing water fountains, admire the giant flowers and dont miss the warming fire garden. You will also find, several Light Tunnels, a Winter Village alongside several immersive sound and light installations to entertain the whole family, including a Tim Burton inspired indoor dark section lit with UV light. Our new light trail has been created by dozens of local artists, craft-persons and lighting technicians. Don’t forget to stop by our stunning Cathedral Arch, made from thousands of twinkling lights, for the ultimate photo opportunity.
Music for this attraction has been specially commissioned by award winning composer Thomas Hewitt Jones.
Food and drink is available during the light trail as it passes through the Festive Food Quarter.
For more information on session times, prices and to book tickets, please click here.
The Illuminated Light Trail launches on 4th December and runs until 2nd January.
Special Events – Plan your visit
Normal sessions are not listed in the table below, and are available every day from 4.30pm, if you are planning on attending a session from the list below, please note which session you want, and select the relevant date when you choose your tickets.
|Date||Dog Sessions *||Sensory Friendly sessions **|
|7th Dec||All sessions||–|
|14th Dec||All sessions||–|
|29th Dec||All sessions||–|
**All start a little earlier at 4:15pm, with numbers limited to 75
Jingle the Elf Recommends
“If you plan to take a super Winter Glow adventure and book multiple experiences, our advice is to book them carefully in order. So for example – Ice skating mid-morning, lunch in the Festive Food Court, followed by a personalised visit to Santa’s Grotto, then hop onto the Giant wheel and finally head on out on the Illuminated Light trail.“