A NATIONAL Trust garden is set to host a new, after-dark experience.

Nymans, near Haywards Heath, is a Grade II listed National Trust garden in the West Sussex countryside.

The gardens are due to play host to an after-dark light trail experience from February 11 to March 6, 2022.

The Ignite at Nymans event will see a walking trail of lights, lanterns and fire around the gardens for the public to enjoy.

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The walking trail is expected to take about one-hour to complete.

Organisers said the family-friendly event will see a “fiery interpretation of stars and spheres, illuminated flora and fantasy”.

“The new after dark adventure has been specially designed for visitors of all ages to enjoy,” an Ignite at Nymans spokeswoman said.

The event has been created by Culture Creative and Sony Music and hosted by the National Trust.

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The Nymans garden was developed in the late 19th century by three generations of the Messel family and was brought to renown by Leonard Messel.

Known for its plant collection, Nymans is packed full of exotic species from around the world.

Adult tickets for the event cost £16.50, while children can enter for £12.

Family admission tickets with a parking space, which admits two adults and two children, cost £62.00. There is free entry for carers and children aged two and under.

Parking will cost £8 per car and must be booked in advance.

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Covid-19 guidelines to maintain social distancing and maintain cleanliness will be followed.

Tickets are available on the Ignite at Nymans website, with timeslots available to book now.