Santa to arrive at Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park tomorrow
The Man in Red
Leinster Leader reporter
24 Nov 2017
Santa at Lullymore
Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park opens its traditional annual ‘Lullymore Christmas’ event tomorrow morning.
Santa Claus arrives on the Lullymore Christmas Express train with his entourage of hardworking elves at 10am this Saturday.
A magical experience for both young and old is guaranteed as the park is transformed into a Winter Wonderland of family fun with some very special guests to entertain you along the way.
The park will host Santa until his departure for the North Pole on December 23. Every Christmas visit will include a visit to Santa and gift from the elves in their workshop. A festive train trip, the 'Lullymore Christmas Express', will whisk you away on a magical trip through ancient woodlands, glassy lakes and a beautiful peatland landscape.
There’s also spectacular Christmas holograms to see in the park's exhibitions and an illuminated walkway through woodland to the famous Lullymore Fairy Bower. Make sure to visit the crib scene in the old-style thatched cottage and say hello to the donkeys, goats and miniature horses in the pet farm.
They are not the only special animals to see as this year Santa has decided to let Rudolph and a few of his deer friends stay in Lullymore until December 23.
The Funky Forest Indoor Centre becomes a Winter Wonderland and this is the place to have some fun with the elves and make sure to post your letter to Santa.
For further information, call 045 870238 during office hours.
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