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Syon Park - Enchanted Woodland
England

Wrap up warm and take a magical walk through SYON PARK'S Enchanted Wood. Over a thousand lights will illuminate your journey through the beautiful gardens.

Open each evening from 5pm to 8pm 23rd November to 9th December Adults £5, Children £2 Information: 020-560-0882 and www.syonpark.co.uk

Read more about Enchanted Woodland here.
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