GIANT singing trees, gigantic shimmering baubles and a million lights filling the night sky.

Beaulieu's stunning new illuminated Christmas trail is to be unveiled tomorrow.

The month-long installation will see over 1 million lights placed throughout the grounds of the New Forest attraction for the first time.

A total of 11 individual installations will make up a mile-long shimmering festive trail and a series of light features will lead from a scented fire garden. The tree-lined Mill Pond Walk along the banks of the Beaulieu River and National Motor Museum building will also be festooned with festive lights.

The new attraction is brought to Hampshire by the team behind the illuminated trails at Kew Gardens and Blenheim Palace.

See beams of light dancing in time to much-loved Christmas classics while Father Christmas and his elves greet visitors from the roof of Beaulieu’s veteran bus.

Along the Icicle Walk, gleaming shards will guide visitors towards the Meadow of Light where thousands of fibre optic lights sway in unison. Also watch out for frosty snowflakes, shimmering stars and gigantic baubles along the way.

The voices of giant singing trees can be heard as the trail reaches its finale.

Visitors can also toast marshmallows at one of the fire pits and ride the vintage carousel or ferris wheel.

Christmas at Beaulieu runs until Christmas Eve.