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Christmas Discounts in Nottingham For School Holidays

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One of the most popular Christmas attractions in Nottingham is the Winter Wonderland. During the winter season, there is an outdoor ice rink and an Ice Bar. You can also purchase a variety of Christmas gifts from the store. There is also a Santa’s grotto, where you can visit Father Christmas.

During the Christmas season, Nottingham has plenty of festive fun and games to keep the kids entertained. Whether you are looking to try some festive skating, or you want to visit Santa, there are a variety of things to see and do in the city. These events are free to attend, but tickets must be pre-booked.

The National Ice Centre is home to several festive events throughout the month of December. These include festive tots sessions, parties, pyjama parties and Christmas skating events. For those who prefer not to participate in any of these activities, there is also an Ice Bar with drinks crafted from ice and a room that is as cold as 10 degrees.

The Greens windmill is a historical site in Nottingham. It is also home to a science centre which is home to educational experiments and the life of the local mathematician, George Green. The science centre is closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, but is open on Mondays and Tuesdays. It is also home to a grotto, open from 10am to 5pm on weekdays and 10am to 4pm on weekends.

Another exciting Christmas attraction is the Lister Kaye Line house. This old shipping line is decorated for Christmas, and Father Christmas visits the house most days during December. The house also has a doll’s house, and seasonal music and crafts.

There is also an after dark illuminated trail. The trail includes sparkling tunnels of light, giant baubles and jewel-like colour trees. The trail continues into a cafe and house. The trail is also home to a laser light show.

This is a great way to spend an evening. You will be treated to an immersive 45-minute family experience. It includes a magical mirror, audience participation, and sensational song and dance numbers. The show is also accompanied by a live nativity.

One of the most popular Christmas attractions in Nottingham is the Winter Wonderland. During the winter season, there is an outdoor ice rink and an Ice Bar. You can also purchase a variety of Christmas gifts from the store. There is also a Santa’s grotto, where you can visit Father Christmas.

If you want to visit the nativity, you will need to pre-book. Alternatively, you can pop in on the weekend to see a live show. There are also lots of family rides to take part in. The Fairy Dell will be twinkling, and you can take part in a laser light show.

The Fairground Halls in West Yorkshire also have a Christmas-themed UV puppet show and Santa Express. They also have a Santa’s grotto and Santa’s workshop, where you can meet the jolly man in the red suit. You can also try ice skating on the ice rink. The Old Market Square is also a great place to visit. It is decorated with Christmas lights and has a festive atmosphere.

There are also several Christmas festivals throughout the county, including the Wakefield Festival of Lights. These events offer the best of the traditional Christmas attractions.

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