Odds Farm Park
Visit Santa in his magical grotto and receive a gift. Costs £4 (in addition to entry cost). Every weekend in December and 24th December.
Buckinghamshire Railway Centre Santa’s magical adventures (http://www.bucksrailcentre.org/santa.php)
Enjoy a magical steam train ride where you will be joined by Santa himself, and receive a gift from him. Plus for the first 2 weekends in December the train will be pulled by Thomas. Your adventure includes a ride on the steam train, soft drinks and biscuits for children, seasonal refreshments for adults, 25 minute live magic show, minature railway and loads more. Trains depart at 10.25am, 11.05am, 11.45am, 12.25pm, 1.05pm, 2pm, 2,40pm, 3.20pm, 4pm.
Father Christmas Trail at Cliveden
This is Father Christmas’s first visit to Cliveden! Take part in the trail around the gardens and then meet Santa for a gift (£4 per child). Allow at least 30 minutes for the trail and to see Father Christmas. Booking not needed.
Come and meet Father Christmas in the gardens. Follow the twinklng willow Reindeer Trail as it winds its way through the Woodland Playground. The Coach House becomes a winter forest with a hint of characters from C S Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and then write your letter to Father Christmas in Mr Tumnus’ sitting room. There’s lots more going on over Christmas including local choirs, singing carols and food festivals.
CHINNOR & PRINCES RISBOROUGH RAILWAY
Come and meet Santa on the Santa Steam Train. Santa and his elves will be travelling the trains each Saturday & Sunday in December and giving out presents to all children during the journey. Trains depart 10.15am, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.15pm and 3.30pm. Trains will be operating on the 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, 22nd & 23rd December.
Visit Santa’s Spectacular Grotto until 24th December & pick a present from the toy shop, hop on the festive wood ride, enter the elves’ house, meet Santa’s reindeer, funfair rides & ice rink. Open 10am – 5.30pm (closes 4pm on 24th December) Last entry 4pm (2.30pm on 24th December)
World’s End Garden Centre
The Christmas grotto and Winter Wonderland at World’s End Garden Centre is open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm and Sundays from 10.30am to 4.30pm. It is open up to and including Christmas Eve. A journey through the Winter Wonderland costs £1.50 or if you wish to visit the Winter Wonderland and Christmas grotto (including a present from Father Christmas) it costs £7. Bookings cannot be taken in advance, please just arrive on the day.
Visit Father Christmas in his grotto and receive a very special gift, every weekend from 8 – 23 December. Come and see the manor in it’s festive glory for a Victorian Christmas. Be entertained by choirs, bell ringers and other seasonal performances. There will also be festive craft activities too. Normal admission applies, plus a small charge for entry to the grotto.
MEAD OPEN FARM
Meet Santa and his elves at Mead Open Farm’s very own SantaLand, opens 24 November, from just £9.75 per child. Meet Santa in his grotto and receive a GOLDEN TICKET to exchange for a gift in his Toy Shop. Fly to Lapland on the animated reindeer ride, follow Frosty’s trail, explore the walk through Winter Wonderland, plus much more.
FLOWERLAND GARDEN CENTRES – BOURNE END & IVER
Santa’s Grotto is open every weekend from 1st – 23rd December, 11am – 4:30pm. Children receive a gift and free mini Christmas tree with voucher, it costs £5 per child.
CHESHAM SANTAS GROTTO
Children can personally deliver their letters to Santa and receive a small gift. Each letter will be replied to, so make sure the name and address are legible. Admission to the grotto costs £3 per child. You can save £2 off the entry price by spending a qualified amount in one of the participating shops, see website for more details. Open 10am – 4pm on Sat 8th, 15th & 22nd December, and Wed 19th, Thur 20th, Fri 21st and Christmas Eve.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
Breakfast will be served as a buffet in one of our beautiful events rooms, where every child will receive a surprise gift from Santa. Selected Saturdays and Sundays throughout December.
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