VIDEO: Magical and dazzling 2018 Christmas at The Botanics wows thousands of visitors in Edinburgh

MAGICAL, incredible, beautiful, romantic and amazing - that's the verdict of many people dazzled by this year's Christmas at the Botanics.

Promoted by Raymond Gubbay
Thursday, 13th December 2018, 9:40 pm
Christmas At The Botanics is wowing visitors

More than a million lights and an all-new trail of jaw-dropping festive installations has already wowed thousands of visitors at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Christmas At The Botanics runs until until December 29.

VIDEO: Watch new highlights and visitor reactions in the video at the top of this story.

BUY TICKETS: Visitors can buy time slots to guarantee they day and time they want to visit. Advance tickets are from £14, children from £8. See booking website for a calendar of peak and off peak days and prices. Children under four and carers go free. Full details, times and prices at www.rbge.org.uk.

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The Botanics has been decked out in spectacular style with highlights including the Cathedral Of Light - a 70 meters long and seven meters high towering cathedral inspired walk-through tunnel, made of 100,000 individual pea lights alone, by Australian artist Mandylights.

360 VIDEO: Step inside the Feast of Light and look up, down and all around in this incredible exclusive video clip - CLICK HERE.

Christmas At The Botanics is wowing visitors

360 PHOTO: Check out our amazing 360 degree photo of the Cathedral of Light installation to get an immersive view of this incredible highlight - CLICK HERE.

The venue's iconic buildings, the Glasshouse and Inverleith House, have been transformed with stunning new light and sound projections.

Guest stroll past an avenue of electric trees, walk through a scented fire garden, a vortex tunnel and a full copse of singing Christmas trees.

Inspired by the Garden's world famous conifer collection, the attraction also includes a conifer trail.

Christmas At The Botanics

Christmas bells and festive music fills the air, along with mouthwatering smells of roast chestnuts, toasted marshmallows, spiced cider, mulled wine and hot chocolate.

Culture Creative, working with Scottish lighting designers Kate Bonney and Simon Hayes, have delivered an immersive experience for all ages at this year's event again promoted by Raymond Gubbay Ltd.

AUDIO: Llsten to our exclusive guided tour, with top tips on how to get the most out of your visit, with Creative Director Zoe Bottrell talking to Graham Walker - CLICK HERE.

Scented fire garden
Highlights including the towering Cathedral Of Light lit with 100,000 individual pea lights