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2018 Greetings!

Welcome to Santa’s Enchanted Forest

This year we are really excited, as for the first time in 5 years Santa will be residing in a real forest, adding much more depth and mystical surroundings. Right from the entrance your whole experience will be within our Enchanted forest. Follow the idyllic paths and let the excitement build.

The snowglobe, the fairground attractions, the whole experience will be within the woods. We have the return of our Candy house, with lazy Lou picking delicious candy from our giant candy garden, a magical mini train set running through Santa’s mini village. Dancing Davina will greet the children in our purpose built dance studio. She will treat you to a choreographed interactive routine, where we want to see plenty of Dad dancing please.

Santa’s log cabin is bigger and better and we have a brand new attraction – Santa school, where children can write letters before seeing Santa. After meeting Santa you will continue your journey through the forest as a family, totally at your own leisure. We promise this to be our biggest and best yet.

So join Santa and his Elves this Christmas, for the most theatrical, festive tour in the Northwest

Parents Say…

Check our recent Facebook reviews from previous visitors…

“Well Done & Merry Christmas to everyone at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Your hearts must be filled to the brim with pride & happiness for making so many little people’s Christmases so magical. Hats off to you all for all your hard work. Xxx”

J. Leary

 

“Our first trip to santas enchanted forest was a hit! The kids had an amazing time and especially loved this cheeky elf!! So a special shout out to Eric the elf (Dave) ”

C. Johnson

 

“We had a lovely time tonight, my daughters enjoyed it so much!
I think it’s restored the wandering belief of my 10yr old too 😊
Thank you very much we will be back next year! Xxx”

E. Bannon

“A truly magical experience, my two sons had an amazing time and will definatly be back next year! Well done guys xx”

J. Burton