We enjoyed our evening going round looking at the lights. Our favourites were the walk of fire, the jewelled phoenix, the long hedge of white lights, the mistletoe/red hearts & the singing trees. Actors told the story of Jack Frost & the youngsters were enchanted when Santa appeared. We also enjoyed looking at the shop although we didn't eat anything on site. It was quite expensive unless you look at it from the point of view that the Gardens are a charity & income is ploughed back in. It's also much smaller than the Enchanted Forest in Pitlochry, however it definitely got us into the Christmas spirit & was much calmer than hectic Princes St. The other confusing part was that if you bought tickets in advance you had decide whether you're approaching by bus or car as each go in at separate gates. We're from outside Edinburgh & had no idea what parking would be like on a Sat in December, so we took the bus.
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