Follow the trail through our Enchanted Festive Forest in the Walled Gardens to discover our magical Christmas scenes. Enjoy our twinkling lights and Christmas music as you wander around our winter wonderland. Why not indulge in a luxury hot chocolate from the Stables Café to enjoy as you soak up the sights and smells of Christmas? Find all the hidden clues to collect a small prize.
Timed tickets only on selected dates
Children: £5.00 (aged 1-12)
Babes in arms (under 12 months) can visit free of charge
*** PLEASE NOTE – THIS IS AN OUTDOOR FESTIVE THEMED FAMILY TRAIL NOT A FATHER CHRISTMAS EVENT ***
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring my dog?
Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the Enchanted Forest as long as they are on a lead.
How long does the trail take?
The trail is aimed at young children and there are things to spot along the route. The trail takes between 20-30 minutes to complete.
What time can I go in?
Tickets for the Enchanted Forest are timed, with sessions running every half an hour. You can enter the trail at any time within your time slot.
Do I need a ticket to the Park and Gardens to be able to visit?
You do not need to purchase a ticket for the Park and Gardens to be able to visit the Enchanted Forest.
However, if you would like to explore Deer Park while you are here you will need to purchase a Park ticket for the day of your visit.
There is so much to see and do at Raby Castle at Christmas, so why not make a day of it. Come and spot the Deer in the park, buy your very own Raby Christmas Tree, and visit our Stables Christmas Shop.
The Deer Park and Walled Gardens are open daily from 10am – 4pm.
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