Trip to Visit Santa West Midlands

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Visit Santa West Midlands and explore the many fairy-tale locations throughout the county. Choose the ones that best match with your requirements, or better yet, cross them all off your list to give toddlers an adventure of a lifetime. For more information visit http://www.arewethereyetkids.com/blog/67-start-planning-your-trip-to-visit-santa-west-midlands

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Visit Santa West Midlands

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The holiday season is just around the corner, and even if you haven’t started shopping for Christmas decorations just yet, it might be a good idea to know where you can travel with the kids in this period. No budget for travelling to Lapland? No problem, the West Midlands feature places of interest that are a lot more convenient. The region boasts with holiday activities and attractions that will keep toddlers entertained for hours. Take them to visit Santa, and spend quality time together relishing the Christmas spirit. We’ve prepared a 6-day travel itinerary for your family. Start Planning A Trip

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The West Midlands is a vast metropolitan county in the heart of England, so before heading out you should have a plan. Check the web to see where the best holiday-related attractions and places of interest are. Birmingham, Coventry, and Wolverhampton should be on your itinerary. These cities have great accommodation facilities, and they provide easy access to smaller towns and countryside areas with amazing Christmassy attractions and activities. Have a budget in mind as well. Make A Plan And Prioritise

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The Polar Express travels all the way to the North Pole, where Santa will be waiting. On the train, families will be welcomed with Christmas carols, catering, and lots of fun games and activities. The train will make a stop at Spring Village, where all passengers depart and prepare to attend the multiple festive events. Polar Express Telford

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Blithbury Reindeer Lodge has prepared unforgettable Christmas experiences for families travelling with toddlers. Upon arrival, all tourists will be welcomed with a map to help them understand the premises and know all about available activities and attractions. Santa’s Grotto is a major attraction of Blithbury . The Blithbury Reindeer Lodge

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The Grotto experience promises unforgettable memories. It can be reached via a walkway and the path is covered in fake snow and magical Christmas scenes. You’ll be taken to see Santa by a cute little elf, and after having a nice chat the kids can pick a toy from a wide variety available. Ice Rink And Christmas Grotto

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The National Sea Life Centre in particular, is a Christmas jewel. Tourists can admire the underwater Christmas tree, watch holiday-inspired 4D movies, and meet Santa at his famous Grotto. This season, the goal is to transform the sea life centre into a winter wonderland. They have many events planned for families with kids, crazy decorations, and activities for everyone. Birmingham’s National Sea Life

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Get into the euphoric Christmas spirit and check out the Snow Dome. Play in the real snow with your kids, enjoy the slides and rides, enjoy snowball fights, and attend the Santa stage show on site. Kids will be delighted to meet Santa’s real-life reindeer and about what they would like to get for Christmas. Hawkstone Park is a beautiful place to explore with the kids regardless of the season. It has stunning caves, natural landscapes, nice views and follies. In winter, they like to make it even more spectacular than it already is. Get ready for a journey of a lifetime as this Christmas Hawkstone Park has prepared a Santa safari for its avid voyageurs. Places To Visit Santa

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