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Christmas at Murton Park
Prepare to be enchanted at Murton Park with our not-to-be-missed Christmas experience. Santa will take up residence in his village in the picturesque Long House which is oh-so Christmassy! He’ll want to find out what’s on your little ones’ Christmas list of course. He’ll even give them some special money to spend in our toy shop as a treat.
You’ll find his wife, Mrs. Christmas at the train station. She’s a huge train fan and is so excited because she’ll get to ride the train with you as she sings a song or two (Makaton signed).
If this wasn’t enough, there’ll be crafts to get stuck into and reindeer food to make so it can be sprinkled it out on Christmas Eve. And that’s just for the children. Grownups, you’ll get a free mince pie to enjoy as you watch your little ones’ faces light up whilst they enjoy Christmas at Murton Park.
Christmas at Murton Park runs throughout December: Saturday 3rd / Sunday 4th, Saturday 10th / Sunday 11th, Saturday 17th / Sunday 18th, Monday 19th, Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd.
Tickets are £10* per adult, £18* per child and £5* for 0-1 year olds.
We look forward to seeing you in December!
*A booking fee will be charged per order. The time slot you choose, is the time that you will visit Santa. You will need to arrive 30 minutes prior to your booked slot. For full T’s & C’s and FAQs, see below.
How to book
Book your tickets online with our easy online system. Just click on our ‘Book Tickets’ button and you will be taken to our ticketing and payment site where you can make your payment via our secure card payment system. Once you have made your payment, check your email inbox for your digital ticket and we’ll look forward to welcoming you to Murton Park on the day! If you have any problems, just get in touch on 01904 489966 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get to Murton Park
On arrival, please follow the signs to the car park
Frequently Asked Questions
We are located to the East of York in the Village of Murton. The postcode is YO19 5UF.
Conveniently this is near the A64, making it incredibly easy by car. You can follow brown signs for ‘Yorkshire Museum of Farming’. If you are feeling energetic we are also on Sustrans cycle route 66.
When you arrive please follow signs showing you where to park.
Saturday 3rd, Sunday 4th, Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th, Saturday 17th, Sunday 18th, Monday 19th, Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd
Sessions starts at 9.20am, every 20 minutes until 4.20pm
All tickets must be pre-booked at www.murtonpark.co.uk We are unable to accept walk-ins on the day.
You can purchase a £10 adult ticket for them instead.
Tickets for babe-in-arms (under the age of one) are £5 and include a gift. We do ask that in the audience with Santa they sit on an adult’s knee.
Yes, it is £10 for an adult. As well as the experience of walking through Santa’s village, meeting the elves and having an audience with Santa, all adults will receive a mince pie.
The only exception to this is carers with a valid carers card, who will be charged £5 each.
Yes, it is £5 per carer with a valid carer’s card. Tickets must be booked in advance on www.murtonpark.co.uk
If York is under lockdown or you live in area under lockdown, you can transfer your tickets to the Christmas event next year.
Your tickets can be transferred to the Christmas event next year.
All tickets are non-refundable. If York is under lockdown or you live in area under lockdown, you can transfer your tickets to the Christmas event next year. If you are self isolating your tickets can be transferred to the Christmas event next year. If you are unable to attend the event for another reason, we require 24 hours notice. We will do our best to transfer you to another date for the 2022 event.
We expect the visit to site to last around 2 hours, however you are welcome to stay and play / explore the site all day should you wish to do so.
Yes, The Yorkshire Barn Café will be serving homemade tasty meals / lunches as well as snacks and hot and cold drinks.
We operate in all weathers. The audience with Santa, Magic Toyshop and main building where the toilets and shop are situated are all undercover. We strongly advise winter clothing.
Yes of course, at the Bakehouse all adults will receive a free mince pie and you will be able to buy additional ones and other tasty treats if you wish.
We ask that you arrive at site 30 minutes before your booked slot with Santa. You will be welcomed onto Santa’s village 10 minutes before your slot.
Unfortunately it is not possible to bring a dog to the Christmas event. We also ask that dogs are not left in cars whilst you attend the event.
Yes the toilets will open. We have a dedicated member of staff on site who will be cleaning them throughout the day.
We know little legs can get tired and are welcome in buggies everywhere except the audience with Santa, this is due to space. We are also not able to fit buggies on the train, however there will be a buggy park at the station.
We can only fit a certain number of people into the audience with Santa. If there is space we will try to accommodate you but it may not be possible.
Large parts of this event are outdoors. The audience with Santa and Magic Toy shop are under cover but warm outdoor clothing is strongly advised.