The mile-long festive promenade at the historic Cowdray Park estate in the heart of the South Downs National Park runs until New Year’s Day.
From the car park a 600-metre path of light towards the entrance conducts visitors to the Winter Revels, there is also a Tree of Joy, Let It Snow, Dimensions, oment of Flight and Celebrations
It opens on Wednesday, November 24 until Saturday, January 1.
Tickets are £12 for a child, £20 for an adult or a family ticket is £60.
Christmas At Cowdray is completely original.
The three-metre high Santa’s Reindeer all lit by programmed lights.
There will also be a tunnel of light, Dimensions, offers a short walk under ten frosted perspex archways embedded with LED programmed to change colour that leads to the Joy Village.
From the car park a 600-metre path of light towards the entrance conducts visitors to the Winter Revels. Designed by The Projection Studio artists Ross Ashton and Karen Monid, this is a three-minute animated narrative story with music projection mapped to the rear of Cowdray Ruins, and leads to the Garden of Wishes.