Dine With Santa

I don't think I'll ever get over the magical sound of the silence just before Santa Claus made his first appearance and the rush of energy and excitement as he made his way down to the children. It was truly spellbinding experience.

Amanda D

Attended lunch with Santa today with the family and wow, it didn't disappoint... Beautiful food, amazing entertainment and very attentive elves. The kids aged from 6 months - 12 years loved it and their personalised gifts was a lovely touch.

Rebecca P

Myself and my partner took our 2 and a half year old daughter for tea and it was absolutely fantastic! I loved how much effort the elves made to interact with both children and parents and the performance was hilarious!!

Jess B

It was such a lovely experience for my daughter to meet Mrs. Claus... she's often heard of but never seen. We had a wonderful time and hope to visit again next year.

Kathryn T

I took my 3 year old and he had such an amazing time. The whole place looked magical and really set the scene. The elves were great with all the children and really stayed in character. The songs and dancing were great and funny and Santa's entrance was just the best. The food and decorating ginger bread men was a lovely touch to an amazing experience which every inch of decoration and characterisation was thought about to the max.

Kathryn D

December 14th, 15th and 16th 

Kirkleatham Museum

We’re delighted to announce Santa Claus will be paying Kirkleatham Museum a flying visit once again this year for lunch, tea and supper on the 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st and 22nd December. He’ll be joined once again by Mrs Claus along with some very cheeky Elves and a few of his other friends from Lapland. 

Not many people are aware but each year to celebrate, once the toys are all made and Santa’s on his way round the world, the Elves’ Amateur Dramatics Society put on a performance called the ‘Christmas Eve Extravaganza.’ It is the highlight of the North Pole event calendar and isn’t to be missed! We’re delighted that Kirkleatham Museum has once again been chosen as a rehearsal venue for their brand new 2019 show.

Guests of Dine With Santa will be immersed into the magical Elves’ Dining Hall where they’ll enjoy yummy food, brand new theatrical pantomime style performances, live interaction, craft activities and a delicious lunch, tea or supper. Not to mention a personalised present for every child to take home. 

in 2019 you have the chance to book your tickets with our brand new Lunch and Dinner priority seating. What is this? Priority seating in 2019 ensures a Christmas cracker with your meal, personalised Christmas Eve hamper box for each child over 6 months including a festive mug, reindeer toy, treats and a signed written book from Santa with a photo! You also get to sit on the front table!

The details for 2019 are as follows:

Times: 

Lunch – 11:00am // Dinner – 3:00pm // Supper 6:30pm 

Fri 14th / Sat 15th / Fri 20th / Sat 21st / Sun 22nd December

Prices (Standard Tickets) 

Lunch and Dinner

0 – 6 Months – Free

6 months – 2 years – £15

Standard Adult – £30

Standard Child – £30

Supper

0 – 6 Months – Free

6 months – 2 years – £10

Standard Adult – £20

Standard Child – £20

*Each child receives a personalised gift box

Prices (Priority Seating)

Lunch and Dinner

0 – 6 Months – Free

6 months – 2 years – £30

Standard Adult – £50

Standard Child – £40

Supper

0 – 6 Months – Free

6 months – 2 years – £20

Standard Adult – £40

Standard Child – £30

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