Only a few weeks left of Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill

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Winter Wonderlights Festival at Sovereign Hill | Mum's Grapevine

Celebrate the fantasy and magic of Christmas this July at Sovereign Hill. Escape the city and embrace the cooler weather with wonderous fun for the whole family at the Winter Wonderlights Festival.

Expect to see all the good-old-fashioned experiences you’ve come to know and love, plus so much more. Each year Sovereign Hill transforms into a festive wonderland like no other, capturing the imaginations of children all ages, and their parents and grandparents too.

Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill

Winter Wonderlights Festival at Sovereign Hill | Mum's Grapevine

By day, there are festive activities galore – Meet St.Nicholas in the street, watch The Gingerbread Man puppet show in the stunning Victoria Theatre, enjoy arts and crafts in the grand marquee or sing along to the brass band playing Christmas carols as snowflakes fall all around.

Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill

At night, the magic continues. As the sky darkens, grand-scale projections dance along the familiar façades of Main Street transfixing the crowd and giving little ones a twinkle in their eyes. From there, families can watch in awe as flames erupt from the Sovereign Hill chimney and dance their hearts out in the freshly falling snow.

And for those picture perfect moments, the fairy-lit laneways and a sparkling new light tunnel provide the perfect backdrop for a fabulous family selfie.

Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill, Tunnel of Lights

An event not to be missed, there’s only a few weeks of the festival left!

Winter Wonderlights Festival

29 June – 21 July 2019
Sovereign Hill, Bradshaw St, Golden Point VIC

Opening hours
10am – 7pm – Free parking on site

Adults: $62; Concession: $49.70; Child (5-15): $27.80
Family (2 adults and up to 4 kids): $157; Family (1 adult and up to 3 kids) $112.50

Get your tickets at Winter Wonderlights.

The Mum’s Grapevine team were guests of Sovereign Hill.

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