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What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December)

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Not long now! If you’ve got any spare time in your Christmas shopping/nativity play schedule, seek out some of our top things to do in York with kids this week.  We went along to York Castle Museum to check out the Victorian Christmas and it’s great (particularly the performance of A Christmas Carol on Kirkgate). If you haven’t already seen him, don’t forget to check out the best places to meet Santa in York this Christmas in our handy guide: https://little-vikings.co.uk/features/meet-santa-york-christmas/. There’s also our panto round-up if you haven’t decided what to see: https://little-vikings.co.uk/features/york-panto-round/. And here’s our review of York Theatre Royal’s family show, Cinderella


Monday 16th December

What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


Tuesday 17th December

What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsWednesday 18th December

Big Scream (parents/carers and babies under one) – City Screen Picturehouse – 11am – normal admission prices apply

This week’s film is The Hobbit.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThursday 19th December

Victorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsFriday 20th December

Toddler Time – City Screen Picturehouse – 11.30am – £3 for children, accompanying adults free if you join the Toddler Time club (free to join).

This week’s film is Timmy Time Christmas Special.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsSaturday 21st December

A Little Diggers Christmas – DIG – Saturday 14th December and Saturday 21st December – 10.30am to 11.30am – £3 per child – pre-booking advised (01904 615505)

Dig, delve and discover the fun side of history with the Saturday morning learn and play sessions. In these special festive sessions there will be a Christmas theme, with stories, crafts and a special visitor bearing gifts! Who could that be, we wonder…


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsKids Club – City Screen Picturehouse – 10.45am (activities), 11.15am (film) – £3 non-members/£1 members. Membership is £4.

This week’s film is Arthur Christmas.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsSanta Specials – North York Moors Railway, Pickering Station – 30th November and 1st, 7th to 8th, 14th to 15th and 21st to 22nd December – £14.50 per adult/child

Book now to join Santa and friends for festive fun on the Santa Express, a shuttle service departing Pickering, Grosmont and Whitby stations. Ticket price includes return travel, a present per child, mince pies for all, and a hot or cold drink for everyone (and an alcoholic tipple for the grown-ups. There will also be festive entertainment at Pickering station between 12.30pm and 1.40pm and 2.15pm and 3.15pm. Dogs are not permitted and buggy space is limited, so leave it in the car if possible.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsSunday 22nd December

A Children’s Christmas at Barley Hall – Saturday 7th December and Sunday 15th December – Barley Hall – 2pm to 4pm – £14 per child, with one accompanying adult free (price includes hot drink and mince pie for the grown-up) – pre-booking essential (01904 615505)

Head to Barley Hall for an afternoon of festive fun in this lovely medieval house. Expect parlour games, stories, a Christmas tea party and a chance to meet Father Christmas (and a present for under the tree!).


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsVictorian Christmas – York Castle Museum – open daily 9.30am to 5pm (closed from 2.30pm on 24th December and closed 25th, 26th December and 1 January) –  adults £8.50, under 16s with an adult are free – YorkCard holders go free

Lots of lovely Victorian Christmas things to see and do at York Castle Museum. For more details, see our feature.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsThe Christmas Adventure – Stockeld Park – 10.30am to 8.30pm – Prices vary according to the activities you choose (visit the website for further details).

Experience real Christmas magic at Stockeld Park, home of the Enchanted Forest. As well a chance to visit Santa in his grotto (and meet the reindeer of course), there’s ice-skating and Nordic skiing on offer, as well as a maze and outdoor play areas galore. Read about our day at Stockeld here.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsYorkshire’s Winter Wonderland  – York Designer Outlet – 9.30am to 9.15pm (funfair from 2pm approximately) – Free entry but charges for activities (£9.95 adult/£8.95 for ice skating; £4.50 per child for a visit to Santa’s grotto)

Yorkshire’s Winter Wonderland returns to the Designer Outlet this Christmas with ice skating at The Ice Factor, a traditional funfair and Santa’s grotto (book online to avoid the queues). It’s one way to get the kids more interested in a Christmas shopping trip to the Outlet.


What’s on in York for Families this Week (16th December) Little VikingsSanta Specials – North York Moors Railway, Pickering Station – 30th November and 1st, 7th to 8th, 14th to 15th and 21st to 22nd December – £14.50 per adult/child

Book now to join Santa and friends for festive fun on the Santa Express, a shuttle service departing Pickering, Grosmont and Whitby stations. Ticket price includes return travel, a present per child, mince pies for all, and a hot or cold drink for everyone (and an alcoholic tipple for the grown-ups. There will also be festive entertainment at Pickering station between 12.30pm and 1.40pm and 2.15pm and 3.15pm. Dogs are not permitted and buggy space is limited, so leave it in the car if possible.

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