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Christmas is looking a little bit different this year and while we’ve all lost out on a magical trip to Lapland, we can still take the kids to see Santa in his snowy kingdom without leaving Britain.
Celebrity mums like Victoria Beckham and Holly Willoughby have whisked their children away to LaplandUK in recent years.
It’s open for business (and big Christmas lists) and for the first time it’s extending the festive fun after Christmas and into the New Year.
Former Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh has taken her little boys to meet the big man, too!
Based on the original storybooks of founders Mike and Alison Battle, the amazing four-hour immersive experience in Ascot retells the legend of Father Christmas with help from his little elf army.
For the first time, we’re invited into the winter wonderland after Christmas Day.
Once all humans have received their special presents, it’s time for them to see how the Elven folk kick back and celebrate their own holiday season.
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Girls and boys, big and small, are invited to the Elflet Christmas Celebration from Boxing Day until January 10.
You’ll find tickets from £75 at Laplanduk.co.uk.
Upon arrival at the magical land, kids are given an Elven passport for exciting access to Santa’s Toy Factory.
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Little ones can try their hand at toy making to help make some magic for the Elflets (baby elves).
There’s a chance to meet Mother Christmas in her cosy kitchen and help her make delicious gingerbread, too.
We can also have a go at ice skating, meet LaplandUK’s amazing animals and, of course, meet Santa himself.
Each ticket includes a personalised invitation from Santa by post, a family photograph with Santa and a thank you gift for every child.
Santa’s human crew have worked hard to make the wonderland Covid safe, so there’s no need to worry during your snowy visit.
Book your tickets now to get into the Christmas spirit, and nip onto Santa’s nice list nice and early!
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