Christmas might be over (boo) but that doesn’t mean the festivities have to stop…not yet anyway. For all the Christmas lovers who don’t want to wait a whole year to fill their Christmas fix, Christmas At Kenwood has you covered. The incredible Christmas light trail that has taken over Hampstead Heath is still open and serving up festive fun and food. However, that’s not going to last forever. In fact you’ll want to head over there sharpish as the last date the attraction is open in January 1. So be quick, get organised, and round up all the Christmas lovers for one last hurrah at Christmas At Kenwood.
Christmas at Kenwood is a spectacle to behold, and it’s not going to be around for too much longer.
This should be the standard for all Christmas lights. It is the gold standard because it doesn’t skimp on the details, making every bit of the walk feel special. Kenwood, on Hampstead Heath, is already an idyllic location, but when it’s decked out for festive fun, it’s just that little bit better. Alongside the ideal natural scenery, what truly turns things into a glittering wintery wonderland are the jaw-dropping installations and multisensory displays of light and sound. These include the likes of a laser garden, a snowflake house, and a fire garden that’ll warm up even the chilliest of winter nights. With tickets already flying, don’t wait too long to get yours, the experience is sure to reignite the magic of Christmas in everyone who visits.
It’s not Christmas if there isn’t good food and drinks on offer, and after a long saunter through the woods, you’ll definitely deserve a treat or two. With a variety of options available, all bases are covered. It’s a festive frenzy of all the Christmas classics – mince pies, mulled wine, spiced cider, and more will all be available along the trail at specified points. Also, at a few points amidst Hampstead Heath’s gorgeous locale are some spots that offer some sensational views of London. Take your time to take it all in, you’re free to explore for as long as you want. Make sure to bring the kids along too as there’s plenty for them to enjoy, and with the route being less than 2km there won’t be any tired legs at the end of it.