Christmas events you need to book tickets for now

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Christmas events you need to book tickets for now

Do you have any plans for Christmas? Tilford Steam Station has sold out on the Arctic Express, but there are many other attractions that offer magical holiday fun. But you need to get the date you want quickly. Here is our guide to help you buy tickets for some of the most popular holiday collections. And check back, because we will continue to update it, because we are closer to Big Ho!

Enchanted Weston

This is a new activity in 2008. Weston Park will host a dark-lit trail that will take guests on holiday trips along winding trails and ancient trees. There will be live music and a diet experience called festivals, and in the stable yard you will find a fire pit next to a comfortable seat and artificial fur throwing. Winter nights are very comfortable. The charming Weston will be held from Friday, December 14, to Saturday, December 22. Tickets cost £7 each, and family tickets are £25 (two adults and two children) free of charge for people under the age of 4 (annual ticket holders discount).

North Pole Adventure

The Christmas attraction will return in 2008. It will be held at Trentburton’s National Forest Exploration Farm from November 17 to Christmas Eve. You register and get your passport, then head to the Arctic through a magical portal. Use special coins to buy candy from the candy store, help the elves greet Mother Christmas in her kitchen. Visiting talking polar bears in his ice cave. Lighting and greeting Santa Claus in the north before choosing gifts from the Elf Workshop. This is the brains of designer Sam Bott, who also created attractions at Westfield and Thope Park in London. Tickets start at 18. Pounds, adults and toddlers are 10 pounds, including farm tickets and two-hour Christmas trips. Children under 1 are free.

Santa Steam Specials on Severn Valley Railway

Tickets to svr’s Christmas service are as hot as meat cakes, and Christmas Eve Santa sledges have been sold out. The steam motorcade of Santa Claus steam specials will be polished every weekend from December 1 to 23. Prepare to take his family from Kidmist by steam train to meet Santa Claus and his elves in his special cave. At Ari Station, every child who pays the fare receives a present. Visitors can then enjoy seasonal music and traditional cuisine, including roast chestnuts. Tourists are always encouraged to book in advance. The fare starts at £15 per person. Please pay attention to the svr Christmas carol train and the holiday afternoon tea on the selected date of December.

The Snowman

A stage show based on Raymond Briggs’ book is due to be shown at Birmingham House of Representatives on Christmas Day (Nov. 24 to Jan. 13), so the show will be staged from January 16 to 19.

Santa Safari at West Midland Safari Park

It was a snowy place, a vigorous sleigh trip, and a chance to see Santa Claus in his wooden box. You can pick a gift from the elf workshop, take a picture with Santa Claus, and fill Santa’s kitchen with pancakes, biscuits and contemplative wine. This year’s event will be held on the weekend of November 17, followed by 29 and 30 from December 1 to 24. Adult tickets are £24, children £3 to £15, £20, and £3s £3, £8, with a discount of £21. All tickets include a free return ticket! Valid until February 2019 Tickets include four-mile hunting, discovery trails, reptile worlds, African villages, twilight caves, Penguin Bay and dinosaur habitats.


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