Monday, November 28, 2022

A truly magical Christmas shopping experience at Burghley

Burghley is set to sparkle with the annual seasonal shopping spectacular, the Burghley Christmas Fair, welcoming visitors from the 24th to 27th November. The beautiful courtyards and grounds of Burghley House will be filled with traditional chalets and heated marquees, along with an avenue of pagodas bedecked in sparkling Christmas decorations and lights. The region’s most magical Christmas Fair with over 130 stalls offering everything from luxury gifts to artisan food and drink and decorations to winter clothing. Find the perfect Christmas gifts for loved ones, pick up some unique stocking fillers and enjoy mouth-watering food and drink as you shop.

There will also be a large Victorian carousel, lit up for the season, and traditional music from local carol singers making it a wonderful festive day out for the whole family.

A whole host of local exhibitors will be taking part including Scandimania, whose home-baked Swedish-style fare and speciality coffee is loved county-wide, Oakham-based My Noodle Bug offering unique range of cards and prints, Multum Gin Parvo whose gins are designed to capture the essence of the local area and Stamford Oak Creations with a beautiful selection of hand-crafted gifts. Not forgetting stalls for four-legged friends, Ruff and Tumble will be bringing their cosy dog coats and accessories.

Open from 9.30am to 4.30pm each day, plus this year there will be a new ticket available for late-night shopping on Friday 25th, from 5.30pm to 9pm. Advance tickets cost £6 adults, £3 children, or £8 and £4 on the gate. For full details and to book event tickets visit www.burghley.co.uk

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