If there was a Christmas attraction I would visit all the time this has to be it. As it was my first time visiting I was not sure what to expect, but this was definitely beyond anything I could have imagined.
Join me for a little photo tour...
Entering from Victoria Gate, you are greeted by talking trees...
... only to move towards to singing trees, chanting Carol of the Bells, one of my favourite Christmas songs.
Noteworthy trees of the park along the trail had been decorated with lights so that we would not miss them.
I love how beautiful Christmas lights are.
This was one of my favourite installations!
5 golden rings...
...4 calling birds...
...3 french hens...
...2 turtle doves...
...and a partridge in a pear tree!
This rotating disco ball heart made this section of the park feel like a dancefloor. I would definitely be up for a party under it.
Going through this tunnel you could end up somewhere magical... oh wait, you already are somewhere magical. Never mind.
Yes, I was quite excited in that tunnel.
Magical light flowers.
A beehive made of light! I think this might be part of the regular attractions but do not quote me on this.
Candlesticks or chess pieces?
These elves called us in to create magic and summon Santa!
At the end of the trail a magical light show!
If you want to do some cheeky shopping while you are there you can not only get the usual Kew Gardens souvenirs but also some some Christmas decorations and gifts.
As I said at the beginning, I would gladly come back to this attraction. In an ideal world, I would even get a few of the singing trees for my garden (this ideal world also involves me having a garden). I 100% recommend going to this, it is the real winter wonderland, and if you only can afford to do one thing because of time or money this should be it!
Do let me know if you have been here before and what you thought and if you go after reading this, do tell me if you had a good time.
All the best