A Christmas celebration that will transform families back almost 150 years will take place over two weekends in December.
The Kentwell Hall Dickensian Christmas promises festival readings, songs, magic and a winter trail around the grounds for younger visitors.
Youngsters will get the chance to meet Mother Christmas and write their letter to Father Christmas before paying him a special visit.
“Christmas is always a special time at Kentwell Hall,” a spokesman said. “And this year is no different with readings from ‘A Christmas Carol’, magic and songs in the Music Hall and traditional carols around the Christmas tree.
“Inside the hall, visitors can explore our famous rooms full of Victorian re-enactors as they prepare a festive feast, share stories in the tavern and excitedly prepare for the Great Christmas Ball.
“We wanted to truly offer something for all the family and also pay tribute to the best of Christmas traditions including offering personal visits to see Father Christmas rather than in groups.”
The Dickensian Christmas event takes place at Kentwell Hall on the weekend of December 10 and 11 and 17 and 18.
To find out more and to book tickets visit www.kentwell.co.uk