Father Christmas

@ Woodhorn Museum

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10 December 2016 - 11 December 2016

10am - 4pm

£8.50

Bring the little ones to visit Father Christmas in his traditional stable grotto and see their faces light up – an unforgettable festive treat with a gift to take home.

Father Christmas will be at Woodhorn Museum on weekends and Northumberland school holiday days from Saturday 26th November through to Friday 23rd December, 10am-4pm.

Cost per child £8.50.  This includes a lovely gift from Santa to take home.

Avoid disappointment. Book your tickets now to see Father Christmas.

Book online here for Saturday 10th December

Book online here for Sunday 11th December

Online booking closes 24 hours in advance. Information on late availability will be available on Woodhorn’s Facebook page  or by calling 01670 624455 10am – 4pm.

Venue
Woodhorn Museum
Queen Elizabeth II Country Park
Ashington
Northumberland
NE63 9YF

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