Longleat's Festival of Light, in Wiltshire - one of the UK's biggest and most spectacular events of the winter - has been extended to include the weekends of January 9th/10th and 16th/17th, due to popular demand.
The decision will give visitors the chance to see the light show at half price over two weekends when other attractions at the Longleat estate - including the world famous Safari Park - are not open to the public.
Gates will open at 3pm, and walk-up ticket admission prices have been set at £14.95 (adults), £10.95 (children), £7.47 (adult disabled/carer) and £5.47 (child disabled/carer). Gates will close at 7.30pm.
The ticket allows admission to The Festival of Light Chinese Lanterns, Animal Adventure, The Bat Cave, Rockin' Rhino and the Mirror Maze. Penguin Island, Monkey Temple & Jungle Kingdom will also all be open up to 4pm each day. Longleat House itself will also be open to visitors, with last admission at 7pm.
The Festival of Light first appeared at Longleat in 2014, where nothing quite like it had ever been seen in the UK.
Thousands of illuminated designs have once again transformed the famous Wiltshire estate into a glowing winter wonderland, on a spectacular scale, with this year's Festival focusing on two Chinese dynasties.
The massive installations lighting up the Longleat landscaped grounds include temples, Terracotta Army warriors, a huge dragon boat floating on Longleat's lake and "The Monkey King" - along with popular favourites from 2014.
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