Santa’s Winter Wonderland is returning to the SnowDome for its 16th fantastic year, with all the real snow, real animals and real family adventures you can handle. Whether you’re already booked or still planning this year’s visit, we’ve got you covered with the 2020 top tips!
- Wrap up warm
It’s real snow on our Christmas trail so make sure you wrap up nice and warm. Don’t forget to wear gloves so you can make some snowballs.
- Don’t miss the falling snow
At Santa’s Winter Wonderland, we all know there’s tons of fluffy white snow underfoot, but what about from above? Well, we’ve got that covered too! During your session, snow falls by the authentic Norwegian spruce and all along Candy Cane Lane. It’s the perfect Instagram moment. If you agree, be sure to use #SantasWinterWonderland so we can see the pics.
- Head left and toward the back
The large Christmas snow trail surrounds the ice rink and snow fun park area. When most people enter, they tend to head right or to the giant slide in front of you. A top tip is that there are slides and snowy fun to be had all the way around, so head left to buck the trend.
- Add more to your day out
There really is no better place to spend Christmas with the family than the SnowDome. Book yourselves on for ice skating, tobogganing, snow fun park or any of the other fantastic fun activities before or after your Santa’s Winter Wonderland session. You won’t regret it! Check out our brand new day planner and day tickets.
- Check out Santa’s route in his house
There are plenty of interesting bits and bobs hanging in Santa’s house. As well as some of his guests from Santa’s Winter Wonderland in years past, you can also get a sneaky peak of his sleigh route!
- Enjoy a festive drink in Starbucks
After you’ve enjoyed all that Santa’s Winter Wonderland has to offer, be sure to stop off in the venue’s Starbucks. You and the family can enjoy the views overlooking the Christmas trail or huddle up by the fireplace. All whilst sampling the famous Starbucks Christmas range. Did someone say gingerbread latte.
- Book sooner rather than later!
We know that Christmas comes around seemingly sooner and sooner every year, but it really is the early birds that catch the worms when it comes to the most popular dates for Santa’s Winter Wonderland. Don’t miss out, tickets are available now.
What’s more, we know things are a little different right now. That’s why we want you to be able to book with confidence. So, in the event that your session is unable to go ahead, due to Government Covid restrictions, the SnowDome will refund your booking.
- Look out for the big red buttons
It’s not just snowballs and slides around the Christmas trail. There’s plenty to interact with and see as you make your way around. Take in the brilliant photo opportunities and make sure the kids (and adults too) hit those big red buttons!
- Green screen magic
Even if we do say so ourselves, Santa’s Winter Wonderland is absolutely an event that you and your family are going to want to cherish and remember year after year. After Santa’s village, there is a unique opportunity to grab a family photo. Using some green screen magic, you and your family can be transported into Santa’s house, to the North Pole and many more festive settings. The photos are then available printed or as digital keepsakes.
- The childrens carousel is free to ride
When the kids are pulling on your sleeve, begging for a go on the carousel, there’s no need to start reaching for your money! Rides on the traditional carousel are included in the price of your ticket! Children will be able to enjoy the carousel as many times as they wish in Santa’s Christmas village. Adults, we’re afraid you’re too big though!