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Join us for a magical Christmas experience

The Festival of Light and Sound is on every day until 23 December --------------------------
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The Festival of Light and Sound
Experience the Festival of Light and Sound this Christmas
The stunning Festival of Light and Sound has been wowing visitors this season – and the Guardian has declared it to have “more lasers than a Star Wars battle scene” in their round-up of the best outdoor activities this Christmas.

Don’t miss this breathtaking experience – on every day until 23 December and again from 27-30 December. It's free with admission to Eden and complete with incredible live music from Jamie Crowe and Kezia.
See the full programme ►
Visitor taking a picture in the Med Biome
Tag your pictures to win
Share your photos from the Festival of Light and Sound on Instagram or Twitter with #xmaslasercomp, and you could be in with a chance of winning a £250 voucher for our shop!
View some of the entries so far ►
Father Christmas and his elves
There's still time to visit Father Christmas
Complete your festive visit with a story beside the fire and a special moment with Father Christmas. Most sessions have sold out, but there's limited availablity from Monday 18 December to Wednesday 20 December – book soon to avoid disappointment.
See when you can come ►
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