Who has some time off in between Christmas and New Year? Here are some fun things to do with the kids in this weird in between period!
Has your little one written their letter to Santa yet? If not here’s a free template for you to download and fill out with them.
Last year for our big Christmas day out we chose to go to The Magical Christmas Adventure at 4 Kingdoms Adventure & Farm Park. I chose this one as I loved the sound of the immersive journey through loads of themed rooms and the photos from previous years looked amazing! It also had great reviews and whilst still expensive it was nowhere near the price tag of Lapland UK. Here’s what we thought of it.
Whether you’re looking to meet Santa in a Christmas Grotto, at brunch or on a train this guide is for you. I’ve tried to include as many options as I could find and something to suit every budget, including several free options! I’ve included a from price for all of them so you can get a rough idea of price, but please bear in mind that a lot of them increase in price the closer you get to Christmas so click through to their website for exact prices.
There are so many amazing events on this Christmas, so take a look…
This is a firm favourite of ours every Christmas! At only £3 Dobbie’s Christmas Walk Around great cheap festive activity and your little ones will love it! There are a few changes this year, but nothing major and in my opinion it’s still just as good as last year. It’s well worth a visit!
I think we can all agree that 2020 is a year we can’t wait to see the back of, but to help you try and end the year having fun I’ve put together a huge list of Christmassy things for you to do with your little ones. These range from big Christmas days out and magical illuminations to popping in to see Santa in your local grotto. Hopefully there’s something here for everyone and activities for all budgets.