Christmas at Umberslade is a special time for us. We like to sprinkle festive magic all over the farm and provide lots of seasonal treats in addition to all your year-round favourites.
We really want young people to have an unforgettable Christmas experience and we’re already getting excited about welcoming you to Umberslade Farm Park this Christmas – there’s magic in the air!
Christmas nativity with real farmyard animals
We’re really proud of our Christmas nativity with real farmyard animals it’s been a hit for many years now.
We provide the costumes, the barn setting and, of course, the farm animals. Star of the show has to be Ben the donkey who Mary gets to ride on. It makes for a truly magical and memorable scene and young children love it. 11am, 1pm, 3pm.
A Visit from Father Christmas
At the strike of 12 midday Father Christmas arrives at Umberslade to say hello to the children. All aboard our festive tractor and trailer ride with Santa and his elves as we go on a magical ride around the farm. Please note there is no grotto this year. 12 noon.
We have craft activities going on throughout the day, drop in any time and try your hand at our festive makes. From 11am – 3pm.
Festive Codebreaker Trail
We’ve got a new Codebreaker Trail with a christmassy theme. Solve the clues, find the letters and crack the code. Pick up a worksheet from the gift shop and get cracking!
Say hello to your favourite animals
In the Activity Barn you can meet our friendly animals and you may just get see some early lambs too! Please note our Indoor Play Barn is not in use during December.
Christmas activities are available to the public every weekend between 1st and 23rd December, 10am – 4pm. Please note we are not open on weekdays in December.
Entry price this December is £5 for everyone (including adult, child, senior tickets). There is no online booking at this time.
December open weekends 10am – 4pm
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|Sat 22 Dec||–||Sun 23 Dec|
December admission prices 2018