Bletchley Park to host a vintage Christmas

Visit Bletchley Park during the festive season and experience a 1940s themed Christmas. The home of the World War Two Codebreakers is having a special visit from Father Christmas.

Monday, 31st October 2016, 10:34 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:30 pm

Children can see him in his magical grotto and step back in time to enjoy Christmas in the 1940s, with period decorations in the Mansion and around the park.

Father Christmas will be in the Mansion from December 3 and every weekend until December 23; and during the school holidays from 19 to 23 December. As well as the chance to see Father Christmas and take a photo, each child will receive a present and there are fun art activities to do and vintage festive cartoons playing.

The Christmas Grotto visit is £6 per child (for 12yrs and under, admission to the park is free). Children must be accompanied by an adult. Adult entry to the park is £17.25 (includes unlimited free access for a year).