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Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairytales. Snow-dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people, whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or zoom down ice slides, you will find it on these trips.
This Sunday, December 15, The Prince of Wales Hotel will be transformed into a magical mini Christmas Market from 2pm-6pm.
Athlone Castle will be turning into a magical Christmas land this weekend (Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15) to welcome Santa and Mrs. Claus who will be visiting for two days to meet the boys and girls from the town and surrounding areas.
A jam-packed Christmas programme for all the family kicks off this weekend at Westport Town Hall with the award-winning children’s theatre company, Lyngo Theatre, presenting “Heart of Winter”, a seasonal theatrical show for children and families on Sunday, December 8, w ith show times at 2pm and 4pm.
One lucky family can win tickets to meet Santa and his merry band of elves who are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls.
Santa and his merry band of elves are looking forward to returning to Galway and meeting all the wonderful boys and girls. This year’s Christmas experience returns even bigger and better across four floors with lots of new characters to guide you on your way before meeting the main man himself.
Christmas is approaching, things are getting busy in Lapland with Santa preparing for Christmas, and Fahy Travel is offering the sleepover of a lifetime. Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairy tales, with snow dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people all adding to the magic. If you only have a day to spare Fahy Travel will have a trip to suit you, whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or take a reindeer sleigh, there is something to suit.
Brigit’s Garden offers a magical experience for all ages. The beautiful gardens are set on 4.5 hectares of woodland and wildflower meadows in Roscahill, County Galway. The wildlife gardens are designed to reflect the west of Ireland landscape and are dotted with interesting features — a nature trail, Ogham trees, children's discovery trail, living willow play area, an ancient ring fort, roundhouse, and the largest calendar sundial in Ireland. As winner of a prestigious Georgina Campbell award for Family Friendly Destination of the Year 2017, these family-friendly gardens are themed on the Celtic festivals of Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine, and Lughnasa, a journey through the cycle of the year. Additional talks and activities on Celtic heritage are available and there is often music in the gardens on bank holidays and every Sunday in summer.
Oranmore Optometrists, located in the Orantown shopping centre, have truly got the Christmas festivities well underway. Santa has already had his annual eye exam to ensure he can check his lists twice without any eye fatigue, meanwhile, Mrs Claus is finally delighted to have her dry eye symptoms under control! Not forgetting Rudolph and his Deer friends, they were fitted with special anti-glare lenses to guarantee minimising glare when flying around!
Santa’s homeland is the stuff of fairytales. Snow-dusted pine forests, cosy log cabins, and more reindeer than people, all add to the magic. Even with just a day to spare Fahy Travel has a trip to help you fit in as much as possible. Whether you want to join elf school, decorate cookies with Mrs Claus, or zoom down ice slides, you will find it on these trips.