Where to See Santa on The Suffolk Coast
Meeting Father Christmas is one of the most popular activities for families during the holiday season. Local attractions, museums, farms, garden. pantos, carol singing and where to meet Father Christmas in Suffolk. Join Peter Pan and friends on a magical adventure at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. If you are looking for the best Santa Grotto's near you in Suffolk this Christmas to take the kids then look no further. Meet Father Christmas in Ipswich at the Scouts' Christmas Fair! Meet Father Christmas in Santas Grotto at Blackthorpe Barn Suffolk.
Father Christmas and a snowman friend ready to welcome visitors to Highways Garden and Leisure. Check with the store for grotto opening times.
Santa's Christmas Grotto
December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, Roarr! Christmas Celebration at Roarr! Furry friends enjoy a sparkly Christmas at Highways Garden and Leisure. Picture submitted December 1, 2, 9, 16, Steam Trains to Santa at Bure Valley Railway, Wroxham Festive refreshments and a station transformed into a twinkling, sparkling grotto makes this trip from Wroxham extra special.
Come and have breakfast with Santa at the Marina this Christmas!
December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, Christmas at Africa Alive! Explore the beautifully dressed Weybourne station, entertainers, the steam train ride — and refreshments.
December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 19 to 23 The Santa Experience at Wroxham Barns, Hoveton Lots of singing, games and fun with Santa and his Elves at parties for two to 10 year olds. Children listen to Christmas stories told by Father Christmas within the glow of the dazzling tree, before joining in the festive sing-a-longs and receiving a gift. After that, explore the s kitchen which smells of sweet ginger biscuits and clove-studded oranges and do a bit of biscuit-decorating yourself.
And parents and grandparents can warm up with a glass of mulled wine. Also, children can see how the Wicked Fairy has turned her house upside down, visit the Elves' training facilities in their Magic Kingdom and enter Narnia-land through the wardrobe.
Mince pies and a warm drink will give you that extra glow. Mulled wine and mince pies will be at the ready after your stint of singing in the courtyard.
Parents are treated, too, with some hot refreshments and a slice of cake.
And don't leave without seeing the baby King Colobus - a rare breed indeed. Each child leaves with a gift and special memories of their visit.
Santa's grotto at Palmers | Events | Discover Lowestoft
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Entry on the door is by cash only.! Harwich Harbour, at the mouth of the river Orwell, has always been the best safe haven for large ships between the rivers Thames and Humber. When finished, they will be shown the way to The Mill where Santa and his working elves will be expecting them! This is where the magic starts!Peppa Pig English Full Episodes ✔️# Father Christmas - PeppaPigClips TV
There is free parking on site. This is a fundraising project in aid of the Mills restoration and is sponsored by the friends of Kersey Mill. Santa's sleigh visiting your neighbourhood Ipswich Father Christmas and his faithful reindeer Rudolph will be cruising Ipswich from the 1st - 22nd of Dec, courtesy of the Ipswich Round Table. Their journey starts on the 1st of December at Ravenswood at 6: Find Rudolph routes here.
Their journey starts on the 1st of December at Grange Farm Avenue and will be making several stops until the 22nd of December. Find the Santa and Rudolph sleigh route here About: This event has been arranged by the local branch of Save the Children and the Felixstowe Rotary Club to give all families a great Christmas experience and to raise money for their charities. Transport Museums If you've got a young transport enthusiast at home they might be interested in meeting Santa in a more exciting location.