Wroxham Barns – The Santa Experience!
Ooh it’d been a few years since we’d visited to Wroxham Barns but I’m so glad that we rectified that little misdemeanor and had a taste of farm life with them today, just in time to enjoy their Santa Experience!
I’m not entirely sure why it’s been off my radar for so long as it’s just down the road, inexpensive to access and the kiddos love a bit of farm action. But it’s firmly on it now that’s for sure and I’m very definitely thinking about adding it to our annual pass collection as at £40 (for actually not just an annual, but a baker’s dozen of months) with 13 months membership to the Junior Farm is pretty darn good value as far as I can see!
The Junior Farm is just lovely, the perfect size for a Raffie day out with lots to entertain the big kids too. There’s play areas outside, a wonderful indoor soft play and ride on area, animal cuddling and feeding and demonstrations not to mention craft activities and all the wonderful shops to choose from as well as a cafe. But of course right now there’s even more than all that… There’s The Junior farm Santa Experience which is available to book on weekend dates from now until Christmas and daily from the 19th – the 24th of December!
So… Why Wroxham Barns for your Santa Experience?
Take a look at the fun we had!
Your 2 hour experience offers quality time with Santa and his elves alongside the ALL-NEW Animal Nativity Barn (where you can also meet Santa’s real North Pole reindeer in the exclusivity of an area only open to Santa Experience guests). This is an immersive experience for the littles with absolutely NO QUEUING – phew! Children will take part in Elf Academy, experience a Graduation Ceremony and receive an Elf School Diploma and hat to take away while there will be plenty of singing, dancing and games in between too. Florence, Jimmy and Raffie loved it!
The children get to create and decrate a memento to take away – the big two got sewing while Raffie did sticking and then the big FC will be gifted them a magic coin (new this year) and something lovely to take home (I won’t ruin the surprise but the present is worth the ticket price and you won’t be disappointed)!
It’s not JUST for the kiddos though, oh no! Grown-ups will be treated to a Wroxham Barns mince pie as the children enjoy themselves to the max and of course there will be plenty of photo opportunities to capture their smiles!
They say the experience is best suited to children aged 2 – 10 but of course are always happy to welcome everyone and prices range from £10.25 per child (aged 2 and above), from £7.75 for Under 2’s and include all of the above PLUS all-day unlimited access to indoor play and all the other Junior Farm activities. Discounts available for Season Ticket Holders and Adults.
Well we had a tremendous time as you can see on my video and the kiddos want to go back and see all the animals again soon so… Perhaps it could be a condender for Florence’s birthday – we always struggle to find somewhere open but Wroxham Barns works on New Year’s Eve (they close only on Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day) so I think we might be back fairly soon indeed!
We were invited to Wroxham Barns for this event as guests of the park.