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Marsh Farm Christmas Experience: Our Review
Last weekend we took the little cheeky monkey's to the Father Christmas experience at Marsh Farm and they really did have the most wonderful of times.
Our exeprience started at 12 where we initially attended a very theatrical 'Elf Academy' and learnt the rules of how to be an elf with some magic thrown in (oh and the little ones got a wand to help!). Poor audience dad 'Martin' was caught not joining in and throughout the rest of the experience, was cleverly remembered by all the different characters we visited and of course, in a hillarious way, pulled up on his lack of Christmas spirit which the children found extremely funny.
We don't want to go into too many details and spoil the experience for those yet to go, but the next couple of hours were filled with a visit to the snow fairies, then onto Mrs Chrirstmas' Kitchen where we decorated ginger bread men and finally a visit to the big man himself where even the parents got a little pressie. And the fun did't quite end there, the children then went onto choose and stuff their own cuddly toy and to spend their token from FC in his toy shop, all of which was included in the cost. And finally, if you weren't ready to leave at the end of your Christmas experience, access to the farm and indoor play centre was free to use as well.
What a magical experience.
Tickets start from £39.00 approx per child, members are offered at a reduced fee and under 1's are free.
For more information or to book you tickets, please click here
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