Land of Lights: Things To Do In Wexford This Christmas

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Whether you’re going as a couple, with your family, or even if you just want an evening away with your friends, the Land of Light in Wells House should be on your Christmas in Wexford to-do list for 2021.

The Land of Light is based in Wexford’s historical, Well’s House, located in Ballyedmond.

As you walk your way along the forest trail, the night sky, trees, and buildings are lit up by a spectacular light show, with stunning atmospheric music to complete the scene.

It’s like walking through another world and the Land of Light is Wexford’s answer to the Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo.

A wide-range of positive reviews have already surfaced about the Land of Light in Wexford’s Well’s House. Not only will visitors get to see the magical lights, but they’ll also be able to explore the beautiful surroundings of Wells House.

This is the first year that the Land of Light has come to Wexford, and it’s definitely on our Christmas in Wexford to-do list.

General admission into the Land of Light €18.50, while children aged 2-14 cost €14, both excluding booking fee. Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) cost €60. Tickets are currently available online via the Land of Light website.

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