Top 5 Places To Visit In England This Christmas

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Looking to do something different this Christmas? We’ve put together the most magical places this Christmas without having to reach for your passport! Whether it’s a Christmas market you’re looking to explore or an enchanting underground grotto we’ve got it covered! This year say goodbye to tradition and welcome fun family days out and create memories that will last a lifetime!


Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London (20 November – 3 January 2016)


The festive family favourite nestled in the heart of the capital is back for another Christmas, Winter Wonderland offers ice skating, Christmas markets, a huge observation wheel, a magical ice kingdom, circus shows and a fantastic fun fair making it a must if you’re heading to London over the festive period. For more information and to book tickets click here.


Manchester Christmas Markets (14 November – 21 December 2015)


With several markets lining the streets of this wonderful city, Manchester’s Christmas markets have got everything covered! With a German-style market at St Ann’s Square, a French-themed market lining Kings Street, arts and crafts stalls along Exchange Street and a Christmas market extravaganza with stalls from all over the world can be found at Brazennose Street. There really is something for everyone! For more information click here.

Santa’s Underground Grotto – National Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield (5 – 23 December 2015)


A great one-of-a-kind adventure for all the family and spectacular experience for your children to cherish. Prepare to grab a helmet and lamp, descend 140m underground to begin the journey to Santa’s underground grotto. Visitors will need to make their way along a special ‘snowy’ walkway to meet Santa in his magically festive grotto. For more information and to book tickets click here.

Gardens of Light, Bournemouth (19 November – 3 January 2016)


Bournemouth’s spectacular Gardens of Light is wonderful walk through expertly designed installations of light for all the family to enjoy. The award-winning lighting design combines a trail of hanging lights and projections guiding visitors through the Lower Gardens. This year sees a new edition to the exhibition, a brand new installation, guaranteed to wow! For more information click here.

Hogwarts in the Snow, Hertfordshire (13 November – 31st January 2016)


Harry Potter fans unite! Warner Bros. Studio opens its doors to the public for a fantastically festive tour of Hogwarts! The Great Hall is lined with Christmas trees and adorned with magical festive decorations allowing your to see Hogwarts in a new light! A real treat for the whole family! For more information and to book tickets click here.  

Make Christmas 2015 a Christmas to remember! Whatever you get up to this Christmas make sure you make the most of your Christmas photos by turning them into something you can remember for years to come! We offer fun and creative ways for you and your loved ones to cherish your precious moments, to find out more on how you can give the gift of one-of-a-kind memories click here.

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