We are leaders in the creation of illuminated trails worldwide. 

We work in partnership with Raymond Gubbay Ltd, a division of Sony Music to produce illuminated trails year-round.

  • My Christmas Trails is a series of Christmas themed and seasonal illuminated trails that run throughout November, December, and early January each year at Kew Gardens, Blenheim Palace, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Stourhead, Belton House, Bedgebury Pinetum, Dunham Massey and, NEW for 2021, we will be introducing Christmas trails at Delamere Forest, Killerton, Gibside, Kingston Lacy, Wimpole, Temple Newsam, and in Northern Ireland at Hillsborough Castle and Gardens.

  • Indoor Trail Experience - in November 2018 we created an extremely popular indoor trail in the State Rooms of Blenheim Palace themed around the fairytale of Cinderella. In 2019 we returned with Alice in the Palace themed around the magical tale of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In November 2021 we will return to Blenheim Palace with the tale of The Nutcracker.

  • Lightscape - in 2019 we expanded our illuminated trails' portfolio to include 'Lightscape' a non-Christmas-themed trail that can take place year-round in international venues. This was installed in Chicago Botanic Garden in November 2019 and in 2020. Lightscape was also due to be installed in Melbourne Botanic Garden in June 2020 but this is now postponed. In 2021 Lightscape will be programmed in five outdoor venues in the USA - Chicago Botanic Garden, Houston Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, San Antonio Botanical Garden, and Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden.

  • Ignite - new in 2020 - these trails of light, lanterns, fantasy, and fire are a family-friendly addition to our illuminated trails. They are not Christmas-themed but are magical, playful, and full of moments that are completely unexpected. In 2021 we will create an Ignite trail at Polesden Lacey and in 2022 at Nymans and Tyntesfield.

  • Halloween - new for 2021 is our first-ever Halloween Trail in the grounds of Blenheim Palace - expect after-dark spookiness.