On weekends throughout the festive period, the National Trust property will be transformed by the sights, sounds and scents of a traditional Victorian Christmas with family activities including trails and sugar mice making to enjoy.
Always popular at Christmas time, tickets are now on sale for well-behaved children to book their visit to meet St. Nick in his grotto and receive a very special gift just for them. These limited slots usually sell out very quickly so Speke Hall is encouraging families to book their tickets fast.
For those lucky enough to be able to see Father Christmas at Speke Hall, expect a magical experience upon entering the decorated grotto and a warm welcome from the man in red himself. Tickets are £4 per child with slots available on 30 November and 1, 7, 8, 14 & 15 December from 10.45am.
For those looking for a different festive experience, Speke Hall also has Breakfast with Father Christmas events on 19, 20 and 21 December at 9am. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, storytime with Father Christmas and a present to take home. Tickets are £10 for children and £6.50 for adults.
Other events include Ghost Stories at Christmas (12 & 13 December) where the Lady in Black will share some of her most spine-chilling tales from historic houses across the land, and Evenings of Festive Music (4-6 December) where guests can enjoy a carol concert in the Great Hall followed by festive refreshments.
Speke Hall’s Home Farm restaurant will also be serving up some Christmas-time specials and a cosy atmosphere for those looking to escape the cold, while the property’s shop will be selling plenty of unique and thoughtful gifts to buy in time for Christmas Day.
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