See Santa at Scarborough's Woodend plus free entry to art gallery
One of Scarborough’s most historic buildings is hosting a sparkling weekend of festive activities with a Victorian theme next month
.Christmas on the Crescent, over the weekend of Saturday December 7 and Sunday December 8, will include Santa in the Sitwell – Father Christmas in residence in the beautiful wood-and-glass-lined library at the Grade-II listed Woodend, the former home of the Sitwell family.
At 10am and 1pm on both days, Santa will welcome young visitors for a two-hour festive experience. He’ll read a seasonal story, and each child will receive a traditional Victorian-style toy and a small chocolate gift. Parents will have the opportunity to take their children’s photo before families take part in a craft workshop create their own Victorian Christmas card.
On the same days, the conservatory at Woodend will host a festive local makers’ market from 10am to 4pm, including Christmassy treats and entertainment alongside unique arts, crafts and gifts from local artists and makers.
Entry to Woodend is free; Santa in the Sitwell is £10 per child (one supporting adult goes free, £2.50 for an additional adult).
Visitors will also enjoy free entry to Scarborough Art Gallery throughout the weekend.
For more information, or to book (advance booking is essential) please call 01723 384500 or visit http://www.scarboroughmuseumstrust.com/whats-on/