Festive fun in the Farm at Grenagh
Christmas time is all about magic, and so The Farm at Grenagh is inviting families from far and wide to come and join in the magic at their Christmas Wonderland which runs from this Saturday, November 30.
In this new Christmas setting, grown-ups will relive childhood dreams of days gone by, while their little ones will create their own Christmas memories that will last a lifetime.
You can join a Christmas Elf for a tour around The Farm's Christmas Wonderland on a truly festive journey, where the first stop is at the live crib, where visitors will meet Mary, Joseph and their cute donkey for a chat and a sing along.
From there you can take an enchanting train journey to the North Pole, where they will visit the Elves' toy workshop and bedrooms, and then pop into Mrs Claus' busy kitchen to help her get all her jobs done in time for Christmas Day – she has to bake cookies, make decorations, pack Santa's sack and even wash his long johns!
Next, and most importantly, visitors to the 'North Pole' will meet the 'Big Man' himself when he arrives back home ... entering the house as only he can! Santa will have presents for all the girls and boys on his 'nice' list.
Mick Forde from The Farm said: "Santa has been in touch and tells us that he has been practicing his smile all year, so don't forget to bring your camera to capture some great memories."
After guests meet Santa they will hop back on the train and return to The Farm, where mums and dads can enjoy a hot beverage and tasty mince pie, while the kids warm up with toasty hot chocolate and scrumptious cookies in the restaurant, while watching a festive movie.
The Farm's Christmas Wonderland opens on Saturday, November 30, with Santa's arrival at 2pm; and it runs right throughout December.
Tickets are €15 per child, and this includes a present, adults are €10, and kids under two go free.
Pre-booking is essential, call (021) 4629816.
For more information see visitthefarm.ie and find them on Facebook at 'The Farm Grenagh'.
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