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Victorian Christmas

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Rockingham Castle
Market Harborough
Leicestershire
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Event timing: Late November
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It's Christmas Eve 1849 and the Castle is decorated for a nostalgic Victorian Christmas. The Castle Courtyard decorated with illuminated trees and the food is prepared and the Great Hall table is laid for a sumptuous Christmas lunch. Guided tours in period costume take place throughout the day departing every 15 minutes.

Christmas shopping available in the Gift Shop and the Castle restaurant is open for lunch, tea & supper or just a cup of something hot and a mince pie.

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