The first tickets for this year's Christmas event at Blenheim Palace have been released.

The event at the Woodstock venue will feature a new illuminated outdoor trail and a new adventure within the State Rooms.

Blenheim Palace CEO, Dominic Hare, said: "Following hot on the heels of our hugely successful Christmas season last year, we’re thrilled to announce that our fantastic ongoing partnership with Sony Music will once again enable us to reveal the beauty of the Palace and grounds in a unique way.

"This year we’re delighted to be able to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) in presenting Neverland as our indoor theme for 2024."

Visitors can expect to see the gardens in a new light, filled with festive sounds, and a visit from Father Christmas.

Inside, visitors will journey through Neverland, complete with fairy dust, Christmas trees, and a moonlit London skyline.

£1 will be donated to GOSH Charity for every Neverland ticket and Neverland Afternoon Tea sold by Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation.

The hospital received Peter Pan's rights from author JM Barrie in 1929, and have been benefiting from the story ever since.

The event runs from November 15 this year to January 1, 2025.

A standard indoor ticket is £38 for adults and £22 for a children, who are those aged three to 16.

For full pricing and ticket information, visit the Blenheim Palace website.