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Woodland Light Experience 2017: Reflections

This year’s Woodland Light Experience show Reflections returns from 25th October – 12th November.

Enjoy an Autumnal walk in the woods and experience 14 acres of Scottish woodland as never before……

A finalist in the Scottish Outdoor & Leisure Awards for Best Outdoor Experience, Woodland Light Experience is an outdoor light show set in the magnificent woodlands near Balfron which runs from 25th October – 12th November 2017.

Stroll round our woodland paths and be in awe of Reflections our light and sound show, with beautiful lighting effects featuring the natural landscape, light, music and water.

See pictures from last year’s show on our photo gallery here.

Situated in a rural location in central Scotland – with swift access from Stirling, Glasgow, Perth and Edinburgh – the Woodland Light Experience is easily accessible and suitable for all ages with ample free parking on-site.


Storytelling will take place every 20 minutes from 4.30pm – 6.30pm every night. Price – £1 per person


Tickets Monday – Thursday

Adults from £12, Children £6, Under 3’s FREE, Family Ticket from £34

Tickets Friday – Sunday

Adults from £14, Children £7, Under 3’s FREE, Family Ticket from £40

Tickets Saturday (5.30pm & 6.30pm shows only)

Adults from £15, Children £7, Under 3’s FREE, Family Ticket from £40


Tickets are sold in advance of the event. Demand for the tickets is high, but if any surplus tickets remain, these will be available on the night.


Large family or group bookings can be taken provided the booking happens early enough.

Coaches of visitors and large private parties are most welcome by prior arrangement.

Keep up to date with news from the woodland including ticket sales by following us at www.facebook.com/seelights or join our mailing list

Please note that all ticket purchases will incur a global £1 fee.  For telephone bookings this covers the cost of providing box office staff to serve you in person.  For online tickets this goes towards the online booking system currently used.


We are excited to announce a new partnership with First Bus, offering an all-inclusive ticket and travel deal to this year’s light show, Reflections.

The ticket and travel deal will be available on the following dates – Saturday 28th October, Wednesday 1st November, Saturday 4th November, Wednesday 8th November, Saturday 11th November. On these dates, direct services to the event site at Balfron, will leave from Glasgow Buchanan St Bus Station, Milngavie Railway station and Stirling Bus station.

The ticket deal, which can be purchased in advance includes the return travel via First Bus shuttle, plus all ticket fees for central Scotland’s exciting autumn outdoor light show, which runs from 25th October – 12th November 2017.

This year’s partnership with First Bus offers makes travel to Woodland Experiences even easier for our visitors. The deal offers competitive savings of up to £5 on the price of separate tickets, booking fee and travel and we’re sure they will be very popular. Have a look at the timetables to help you plan your visit.



North Ballochruin Farm, Balfron Station, Stirlingshire.


Our event is in an enviously central location, with easy access from the surrounding cities and countryside.

Travel travel times are:

Stirling – 28 mins

Edinburgh (Hermiston Gate) – 1hr 03 mins

Glasgow City Centre – 35 minutes

Perth – 1 hr 05 mins

Dundee – 1 hr 29 mins

Tyndrum – 1 hr 13 mins






All parking is on-site and supervised.  There is no charge for parking.


Every evening the display will start at 1630hrs.  Visitors can arrive between 4:30pm – 9:30pm (with woodland closing at 10pm).


There is 1.3km of path, meandering through 14 acres of woodland.

A gentle stroll for most will take in the region of 45 minutes, with others perhaps taking 60 minutes. However, it is not a conveyor belt, and visitors can take as long as they like to enjoy the stunning visuals.


The addition of weather simply intensifies the atmosphere with the lighting effects enhanced by cold mists and drizzle, and gusting wind animating the whole display.

The event will go ahead in all weathers, unless the conditions are deemed to be unsafe (e.g. Met Office Severe Weather Warnings issued for electrical storms or gale force winds). Snow is a beautiful addition and the show will go ahead. If there is extreme weather and you are unsure, please phone before traveling.


This is an outdoor event in mid-November, so please apply common sense. Wrap up warm with gloves, hats and warm layers. Be prepared with a waterproof jacket and ensure your footwear is suitable for cold weather and walking the distance on gravel tracks. Being comfortable and warm will make the experience altogether more enjoyable.


We love children, and warmly welcome them to our event. The path are all leveled whinstone, therefore a robust pushchair suitable for countryside terrain would be advised for younger children.

To keep them safe, and to prevent little people getting lost in the woods, we ask that children remain in the company of an adult, and properly supervised at all times.

There are electrical cables for the lighting and natural obstacles such as ditches. These have been carefully placed to be outwith the reach of the public behind roped-off areas. With safety in mind, we ask you to ensure that children are not allowed to stray from the paths, enter roped-off boundaries or wander into display areas to touch the lights or creatures they may spot 


To keep chills at bay, there will a stand at the entrance serving some rather famous gourmet meat pies. Acclaimed award-winning local butcher T & R Skinner of the Extraordinary Sausage Co. are currently planning the menu, but we expect their top quality, melt-in-the-mouth pies – made with locally sourced meat – to be a favourite with visitors.

Hot drinks will be served at the Hub, where the display concludes.


Yes there are toilets located at reception with baby changing facilities before you start your walk and there are more located at the “hub” area near the food and drink stalls about half way round the woodland.


The paths throughout the woodland are suitable for mobility scooters and buggies.  The use of manual wheelchairs is not recommended.

Please be aware that this event takes place in a woodland location at night therefore care must be taken at all times throughout your visit.  Please call a member of our team if you have any questions regarding disability access on 01360 752052

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