A Cotswold Christmas
A Cotswold Christmas is a traditional Christmas, whether it be a Boxing Day walk in our beautiful countryside or a visit to one of our many attractions offering something truly festive.
There's something truly magical about The Cotswold landscape at Christmas, the fabulous decorations and lights in our picturesque towns, a carol service in one of our stunning churches, or a crisp pre or post lunch walk along our many 'Ways' or off the beaten track foot and bridle paths.
Christmas at Blenheim Palace
A million lights, lasers and seasonal sounds fill the air with festive fun through the Palace's picture-perfect gardens. Look forward to some together time with family and friends as you discover glittering tunnels of light, dancing lakeside reflections and trees drenched in jewel-like colour.
The story of The Nutcracker re-imagined within Britain's Greatest Palace this year, new for 2021 - explore the Palace rooms, each one exquisitely transformed and filled with hidden surprises - from the toymaker's workshop on a frosty Christmas Eve; through the glistening Land of Snow and onto the candy-cane Kingdom of Sweets adorned with the sweetest of treats and larger-than-life gingerbread men.
Christmas Revisited' is very much the tradition in Oxford, and music very much captures that essence. The major Oxford colleges stage exceptional Christmas offerings and the spirit of Christmas past rings out loud and bold throughout the quads and spires.The Oxford Christmas market also adds fun and festivity to this city and during the two weeks in December, the centre of town is occupied by vendors and performers showcasing the best acts and products in the area.