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The Nutcracker at Saltram

Friday, December 17

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Booking essential for any visit to the house and/or gardens this Christmas.

Saltram house this year will be adorned with decorations telling the beloved festive story of The Nutcracker. As you follow the route through the house discover the tale of Clara and her journey to a magical land on Christmas eve. Why not finish off your Christmassy day with a hot chocolate, all the trimmings of course, at the stables café under the festive tipi.

This Christmas it’s the perfect time to meet up with family and friends to see the well loved story of The Nutcracker brought to life within the house. From Friday 19th November – Monday 3rd January, 10am – 4.30pm (there will be no evening opening or garden illuminations this year). Booking is essential to visit this year (whether you’re looking to visit just the house or just the garden).

Looking for an adventure in the gardens? You can pick up fun and festive trail from the Welcome Centre to continue your Nutcracker themed exploration by discovering natures real nutcrackers.

Daytime opening only 10:30- 16:30 last entry at 15:45.

Booking is essential.

The whole event is free for members.

For all opening times please visit our website here.

For non member admission prices please visit our website here.

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