Tickets for Longleat’s much-anticipated festive Land of Light event are now available to book online.

Running from November 7 to January 10, Land of Light features thousands of spectacular light sources, illuminating seven themed areas across the Wiltshire estate.

The season has been extended due to the pandemic and impact it has had on the safari park’s trade. The event’s mix of technology, art and interactive installations will provide a “stunning and unique” alternative to the much-loved winter lantern spectacular; the Festival of Light, which is postponed until 2021 due to COVID-19.

Longleat’s famous Sun Maze and Love Labyrinth will be embellished with LED lighting, mirror balls and atmospheric haze, with trees and topiary hedges decked out in their own illuminated displays.

The Santa Train will also be back to whisk guests away to Father Christmas’ magical woodland grotto and, this year, there’s also a new storytelling experience on offer.

During the day, guests can still visit Longleat’s animal and adventure attractions, including the Safari Park, Koala Creek, Jungle Kingdom, Jungle Cruise and the iconic Longleat Hedge Maze.

Admission to the Land of Light event is by pre-booked online ticket only at

All-in-one Tickets cost from £36.50 per adult and £27.35 per child. Night Tickets cost £27.95 per adult and £20.95 per child.

Due to COVID-19 and for the safety of Longleat’s guests and team members, the Land of Light will have a much-reduced capacity and online bookings are on a first come, first served basis.