Saturday 5 to Wednesday 23 December 2020Editor's Choice
Bringing sacks of festive cheer to Gloucestershire, Father Christmas is parking his sleigh at Cattle Country Adventure Park, from Saturday 5 to Wednesday 23 December 2020.
Families can snap the perfect ‘elfie aboard Santa’s magic sleigh, while excited children will get to meet the man himself – following current social distancing and safety guidelines, of course.
To keep little ones safe, Father Christmas won’t be handing out gifts this year. Instead, his guests will receive a Christmas Eve kit from the helpful elves, with the chance to write and post their all-important Christmas lists to the North Pole and make their very own festive decorations, too.
Young visitors can also make the most of Cattle Country’s regular attractions, from feeding friendly farm animals to running wild on the adventure playground or letting loose inside the play barns.
Plus, there’s also a Christmas menu for tasty treats and a family meal at the onsite café, GRAZE.
Please note, tickets to Cattle Country must be booked online in advance, with Father Christmas time slots to be booked on arrival.
For more information, and to book tickets, visit cattlecountry.co.uk/christmas.
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