I love christmas but I still can’t believe that in just nineteen sleeps Santa will once again be climbing down our chimney’s and delivering presents to children worldwide.
December is a busy month; Mrs claus has been backing cookies for Santa to keep him strong, the reindeer are getting ready to pull Santa’s sleigh and the elves have been working hard to make toys for boys and girls everywhere. If your child or children haven’t yet been able to meet Santa, here are just a few ideas of places to visit this month.
Santa’s Winter Wonderland at the Snowdome.
Santa will be returning to his magical winter wonderland for the 11th year at the Snowdome in Tamworth. Featuring real snow, real reindeers and an action packed stage show. Play around in real snow and explore the enchanted forest. Prices are from just £12.95. Click here to find out more.
Discover the truly magical experience of Winter Wonderland. Visit Santa in his snow capped log cabin, walk through ice mountain and take a ride on Santa’s sleigh. Booking is required due to demand. From just £6 but prices vary depending on age. Click here to find out more.
Explore Twinlakes magical winter wonderland in Melton Mowbray. Join in the festive fun with sledging, tobogganing, gingerbread decorating, workshops, hunts and reindeer feeding. Join Santa, Mrs claus and the elves. Prices from £6.99. Click here to find out more.
National trust (various locations)
Father Christmas will be setting up his grotto in beautifully decorated surroundings. Enjoy mince pies, mulled wine and family friendly trails. Meet the elves from the North Pole and join in with their craft events. Click here to find out more.
Santa Safari at West Midlands Safari park
A magical, festive day out for all the family including a four mile self drive safari and a visit to Santa. Prices and experience may vary depending on age. Please click here to find out more and book tickets.