Lapland UK tickets for Christmas 2022 go on sale this month to allow families to get a booking to meet Santa – but there will only be one release this year
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The immersive experience includes many fun family activities, including meeting huskies, decorating gingerbread, making toys and of course, the all-important meeting and saying hello to Santa himself.
This year’s celebrations run from November 12th to December 24th, with tickets starting at £59 per person.
However, this may be the only chance to snag tickets. The attraction normally releases them in two windows – but the attraction has said it will be the only ticket release this season “due to popular demand”.
Advance ticket sales begin on Monday (March 21) at 12 noon Lapland UK website here.
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Lapland UK has long been a hit with families – but it’s worth noting that unlike Finnish Lapland, the UK version is more of a day trip destination than a holiday destination.
That’s because the actual experience lasts about four hours. This includes loads of festive magic, including helping the elves make toys at the toy factory, decorating gingerbread cookies with Mother Christmas, ice skating at the elf village and even a chance to meet huskies.
The highlight of the trip is of course a visit to Santa Claus in his cozy wooden hut, where each child receives a special golden bell that he only gives to his best elves, as well as a cuddly puppy.
For more information about the tour see lappland.co.uk.
If you are looking for a complete Lapland vacation then you should add Finnish Lapland to your bucket list.
Lapland’s capital, Rovaniemi, is located in the Arctic Circle and has many excellent hotels, bars and restaurants, not to mention that Christmas Village is only 8 km away. Families can enjoy a whole range of activities in the area, including sledding, reindeer encounters and even (if you’re lucky) a chance to see the Northern Lights.
Meeting Santa is easy thanks to the region dedicated Santa Claus village this has been a firm favorite with families for years.
Unfortunately, Lapland isn’t a particularly budget-friendly option for families, but the good news is that it exists Ways to keep costs down if you are thinking of planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
What is your favorite Christmas experience as a family? Let us know in the comments below.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/uk-ireland/lapland-uk-tickets-go-sale-26502185 Tickets for Lapland UK go on sale this month - and it's the only ticket release for 2022