Pre-booking is essential as they have already sold over 11’000 tickets! But, don’t worry about the crowds the tickets have staggered entry times and there’s plenty of space for everyone.
Car Parking is in a field and is free, so my next tip it that you all take wellies and leave the sports cars at home (If only I had this problem).
If you have a pushchair that’s good off road then fine, but getting from the car park to the path might be a bit tricky if not, I’d take the baby/child carrier (the paths through the gardens are fine for pushchairs).
The marshal’s in the car park are really helpful and although it’s dark they are clearly visible.
The main event, the outside of the house is lit up beautifully as is the talking tree. You’ll follow the lights through to the gardens.
Where you’ll find lots of gorgeous light installations, our favourite was the musical lights closely followed by the fairy garden and the magnificent disco ball! You might even get chance to toast some marshmallows!
The fairy garden is truly magical the little ones will spend ages fairy spotting. Just remember that only true believers will catch a glimpse!
At the end of the walk, there are a few rides and a hook a duck plus some stalls selling seasonal food and drinks. You may wish to take some cash for these as they aren’t included.
The whole family had a lovely evening; I’d love to go back during the day to visit Brodsworth Hall and Gardens on a family day out.
You can purchase a family membership for English Heritage, and get a refund for your visit to Enchanted Brodsworth there and then, worth doing if you think you’ll go back during the year.
Tickets to visit Santa are sold out but the Enchanted Event still has tickets and is well worth a visit.
For the purposes of this review, we were given a free family ticket to the Enchanted Brodsworth event. We received no payment. Wakefield Mumbler will only recommend an experience or product that they believe is worth the cost based on their experience. You won’t find us bad mouthing a business either, if we don’t have anything nice to report, you won’t read it.