Visitors to a Moray castle will be able to experience the historic site in a completely new way with a stunning winter light show.
The grounds of Brodie Castle, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, have been transformed to welcome visitors beyond daylight hours.
Brodie Illuminated, which takes place every Wednesday and Friday from 4 November until 18 December, will see visitors being guided along illuminated pathways.
Light and projection techniques will highlight individual plants that may go unseen during daylight, showing the stunning plant collection in a whole new light.
There is also a new group of wood carvings, including a Dragon Egg Trail. All designs have been hand-carved by Brodie Castle’s head gardener Ed Walling from estate-grown wood that has been gathered from wind-damaged trees and areas of woodland.
James Dean, Operations Manager at Brodie Castle, said: “Visitors will have the chance to experience our garden in a totally different way when its pathways, plants, trees and buildings are transformed into an amazing sensory experience using lights, colour and sound.
“We hope to inspire visitors to look more closely at the fantastic range and diversity of foliage and added to the visual experiences. It’s a great way to spend family tome together, shining a new light on Scotland’s beautiful heritage which our charity protects.”
Shows begin at 3.30pm and run until 8.30pm (last entry at 7pm). Pre booking is essential and ticket information can be found at https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/brodie-castle/planning-your-visit
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