A tree team in Wakehurst on Haywards Heath climbed the 37m tree for a final check of the 1,800 lightbulbs that adorn it.
The tree can be seen in the National Trust garden towards the end of the Glow Wild trial, providing a place for visitors to enjoy warming food and drink after their winter adventure.
The trail’s new route features 11 spectacular, bespoke light installations, including handcrafted lanterns, an immersive tunnel installation, and bioluminescent plants both above and below the water in the park’s mysterious Black Pond.
The trail will be welcoming guests beginning November 24, with tickets available for select nights through New Year’s Day.
Tickets are available from kew.org and cost £17 for adults and £11 for children aged four to 16. Children under the age of four can visit the trail for free.
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