A Victorian Christmas 2019

A Victorian Christmas 2019

At MK Museum snow is guaranteed at Christmas

A Victorian Christmas returns to the museum starting on Friday 29th November.

 We’ll be turning back the clock by a century to recapture the sparkle, fun, warmth and wonder of a true Victorian family Christmas.

Christmas biscuits and pies on offer in the cafe

Enjoy mince pies and festive treats in The Granary tearoom

> From the moment you are greeted by our butler with a tray of mulled wine and hot squash, through to meeting Santa in the cozy glow of his toy workshop, you’ll feel the Christmas spirit in every step.

> Carols by paraffin lamps in the parlour

> Roaring fires where you can enjoy a complimentary glass of mulled wine around while the children play puff billiards

> A traditional Christmas market where you can buy gifts you won’t find on the High Street

> Christmas crafts in the old schoolroom

> Making hot buttered toast the old-fashioned way in the farmhouse kitchen

> Freshly roasted chestnuts cooked in the yard

> Teddy bears getting ready for Christmas in their own toy workshop

> Homemade cakes and mince pies, plus hot chocolate in the Granary café

> And of course Santa and his elves are waiting to meet our young visitors – and give them a special gift to take away (cost £7 per child).

Christmas fun at the museum

Event timings:

Fridays 29th November,  6th and 13th December, 4.30pm-7pm

Saturdays 30th, 7th and 14th December, 1.30pm-6pm

Sundays 1st, 8th and 15th December, 1.30pm-6pm

We advise booking ahead for Santa visits to avoid queuing. Santa visits cost £7 per child.

If you do not have an annual ticket entry to the museum will also need to be paid.  

Bookings this year are being taken over the phone.  Booking lines will open in October. 

                                                                               Call 01908 316222 9.30am-4pm, Monday-Friday. 

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