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Christmas at Wollaton Hall: A Woodland Christmas

Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, Wollaton, Nottingham, NG8 2AE
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Wollaton Hall and Deer Park
Saturday 30 November 2019 - Sunday 5 January 2020 (closed Christmas Day)

Car park charges apply. £5 all day

Are you beginning to get excited about Christmas? Wollaton Hall is the perfect place to get into the festive spirit. Explore the beautiful Elizabethan mansion, enjoy Christmas markets and festive fayre. All set within 500 acres of rolling parkland.

There is a trail around the site, tours chances to meet Santa, concerts, crafts and markets, as well as an opportunity to enjoy a luxury afternoon tea or even have breakfast with Santa!

It's going to be magical! Here's a list of all the activities on offer:
 


Breakfast with Father Christmas

Friday 13, Monday 16, Friday 20, Monday 23 December | 9.30am 
Tickets £10 per person (includes a gift)

Enjoy a festive breakfast with Father Christmas! With singing, storytelling and a special visit from Father Christmas himself.

Book Friday 13 December | Book Monday 16 December | Book Friday 20 December 

Monday 23 December - Sold Out 
 

Christmas Lantern Adventure Tour

Weekends in December | 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Tickets: £6 per person


Pick up a Christmas lantern and help find all of the ingredients for the Christmas cake which the naughty elves have hidden around the Hall. Tours last approximately 40 minutes. 


Book Saturday 14 December | Book Sunday 15 December | Book Saturday 21 December | Book Sunday 22 December 



Join the Wollaton Elf in Santa's Workshop

Saturday 14, Sunday 15, Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 December | 12pm - 3pm​​ 
Tickets: £2 per person


Christmas activities every weekend in the Tudor Kitchen. There is a cost of £2pp for the activities - No need to book. 

14 & 15 December: Make a Christmas snowball
21 & 22 December: Make a Christmas truffle and sugar mice


Festive Afternoon Teas

Every weekend throughout December | 12 – 4pm
£15 per person | £20 per person with prosecco or a gin cocktail | £7.50 children under 10
Booking required 

Enjoy a sumptuous afternoon tea in the grand setting of Wollaton Hall this December.  Please click here to book.


Meet Father Christmas 

Saturday 30 November - Sunday 22 December | 10am – 2pm, 3pm – 5pm
£6 per person with a Christmas present
SOLD OUT


Come and visit Father Christmas in the magical surroundings of Wollaton Hall. Lord Middleton’s Library is Santa’s Grotto. 


Christmas Outdoor Trail 

Daily from Saturday 30 November  to Sunday 5 January
Tickets: £2 per person | No need to book 

This will be in the formal gardens. The trees and bushes will be decorated with lights and decorations. 


Christmas Courtyard Markets

Weekends from 30 November - 22 December
In the Lower Courtyard
Tickets: Free 

 


Christmas stories with a traditional storyteller

Dates and times TBA
Tickets: Free | No need to book


Hands on History – Woodland Taxidermy

Every weekend and school holidays
Tickets: Free | No need to book




Image credit: David Marsden Page One Photography

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