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How did the Victorians celebrate?
Mrs Warick cuts the Christmas cake
On the 24 & 25th November you can get into the spirit of Christmas like the Victorians did in the 19th century. Between 9.30am and 4pm, Audley End House and Gardens are holding a Victorian Christmas. With ornately decorated room, and costumed actors performing the roles of Victorian staff round the Yuletide season, you'll see the prepare for the festive holiday.
Meet Father Christmas, enjoy carol singing, and take part in a fun trail around the grounds. Along with seasonal gifts and traditional music, you can also stop by one of the Victorian tearooms for lunch.
The event will again take place on Saturday & Sunday 1st-2nd December. Tickets can be bought on the day or you can order them on 0870 333 1183. Adult tickets are £15, children £9.20, concessions £13.50, and family £39.20.