Santa is landing his sleigh at the London Transport Museum this Christmas, with lots of family festive fun on the agenda. When: November 24 to
Santa is landing his sleigh at the London Transport Museum this Christmas, with lots of family festive fun on the agenda.
When: November 24 to January 4
Where: London Transport Museum
Ticket price: Included in entry ticket. Adult entry tickets cost £24 and include free return entry for a whole year. Kids aged 17 and under go free
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All aboard for family fun at London Transport Museum with winter festivities kicking off from 24 November. Families can enter a twinkling winter scene where they’ll be able to meet Santa and his elf, climb aboard a Routemaster-inspired interactive sleigh, and also enjoy a range of fun, festive activities.
Meet Santa (From 24 November to 23 December, selected times)
Families can visit a magical winter garden to meet Santa and his elf assistant or track him down in the Museum’s galleries for a jolly selfie. Climb aboard a Routemaster-inspired interactive sleigh to flash the headlights, ring the bell and set the Christmas cheer-o-meter.
Christmas crafts (Weekends from 25 November – 17 December and daily from 22 December 2023 – 4 January 2024)
Children can get creative by crafting the perfect pop-out holiday card to gift to a loved one this festive season as well as enjoy Christmassy colouring-in activities inspired by wintery posters from the Museum’s collection.
Festive story screenings (Daily from 24 November until 4 January)
Get cosy in Santa’s hideaway to watch short festive films. This also includes a story about how the ‘Tf-Elves’ help to deliver Santa’s presents.
Family trail (Daily from 24 November until 4 January)
Families can weave their way through the Museum’s galleries around iconic heritage buses and trains on an immersive digital story trail. Help save Christmas by following a little elf on a quest to find their way back to Santa’s sleigh.
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