Explore Saltburn Valley Gardens and discover a stunning constellation of stars, play under the glittering light of a giant mirrorball heart and enjoy creating your own shadow stories!
Take a moment to visit the Village of Light and listen to local people sharing stories about their town. Admire the lanterns created by schools and community groups from around the borough, celebrating local landmarks.
Enjoy performances by Whippet Up, Saltburn Smugglers, and storytelling by Ian Douglas and his beautiful Magic Lantern. Free craft activities will also be available to keep you entertained.
The event is accessible for wheelchair users and buggies. Visitors with access needs should enter the event via Cat Nab car park where blue badge spaces are available. The paths around the route are tarmac and there is step free access. However, please note that some sections of path are quite steep and assistance may be required. There will be staff available to help visitors.
Tickets are available to book below, Adults are £2 and children are free but need a ticket. Only assistance dogs are allowed on site during the event.
You can book to arrive at 6pm, 7pm or 8pm each night. 6pm is our twilight slot so it’s suitable for younger children to arrive just as it’s getting dark. To arrive in full darkness book for 7pm or 8pm.
For more information about Valley of Light event and to book tickets visit: https://stellarprojects.co.uk/product/valley-of-light/
Valley of Light is organised by Stellar Projects and created in collaboration with residents of Redcar & Cleveland. Commissioned by Borderlands and funded by Arts Council England, Creative People and Places.
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