What’s on this Christmas in Gloucestershire & Worcestershire?

What’s on this Christmas in Gloucestershire & Worcestershire?

Festive fun will continue in Gloucestershire & Worcestershire this Christmas, at a social distance, with plenty of things to do for the whole family.

Here's our rundown of Christmassy activities happening this month.

Christmas at the Museum of Gloucester

museum of gloucester

With new activities to celebrate the ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’, get into the Christmas spirit at the Museum of Gloucester, this December 2020. Follow a brand-new bauble inspired trail across Gloucester, between Saturday 12th December 2020 and Monday 4th January 2021.

https://www.museumofgloucester.co.uk/christmas 

Westonbirt’s Enchanted Christmas trail

westonbirt

Explore Westonbirt Arboretum’s illuminated Enchanted Christmas trail from Saturday 28th November to Monday 21st December 2020. Follow the magical light trail through the trees of Westonbirt Arboretum, in search of the West Pole – one of Father Christmas’s secret workshops.

https://www.forestryengland.uk/westonbirt/enchanted-christmas 

Cotswold Farm Park’s Enchanted Light Trail 

Enchanted Light Trail cotswold farm park

An illuminated outdoor display weaving around the farm park, as well as static and interactive lighting installations, fire pits, and festive shopping. Friday 4th December 2020 to Friday 1st January 2021, from 4.30pm to 7.30pm

https://cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/events/enchanted/

Santa’s coming to Slimbridge 

santa at slimbridge

A brand-new festive event for 2020, children can meet Santa Claus and his elves over breakfast or afternoon tea in Slimbridge’s Kingfisher Kitchen restaurant. Keeping a safe distance, Santa will stop by each table to hand out gifts and chat between Saturday 12th December and Tuesday 22nd December 2020.

https://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/slimbridge/whats-on/santas-coming-to-slimbridge-2020/5797 

Peter Rabbit Trail at Coughton Court

peter rabbit trail

Peter Rabbit’s friends need some help finding items to see them through the colder winter months. Young nature adventurers can lend a hand to some of Beatrix Potter’s well-loved characters such as Squirrel Nutkin, Mr. Jeremy Fisher and Jemima Puddle-Duck, and solve the clues to earn their special trail badge and certificate.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/events/7e326937-c2c7-4d2e-841c-749e25f1f046/pages/details 

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