My name is Lily-Sue, but my mummy calls me Munchkin (or 'Munch' for short!) I am 8 years old, and this is where my mummy will help me write all about all the fun things we do together. I hope you enjoy reading about the adventures of my mummy and me, Munchkin, with the occasional appearance from the siblings - Beastie and Plumlet.

Sunday, 11 December 2016

Seeing Santa at London's Transport Museum

It's the month of Santa visits!

It's that time again. Grottos are popping up all over the place and excitable children can be seen dragging their parents towards those festive doors that are hiding all sorts of magic!

We tend to only take the kids to one grotto each year. I like that it is a single Christmas tradition for us, and feel the children appreciate the special occasion a lot more if they only have one visit each year. We usually choose a local grotto - a garden centre or shopping centre. However, this year, we are going somewhere a little different ...

For the first time ever, Santa is coming to the London Transport Museum and is ready to make magical memories for children visiting from all around.

Children will have the chance to meet the man himself and tell him all their Christmas wishes. Parents are invited to take photos of the occasion themselves, and Santa's little visitors will leave with either a mini wooden train set or an exclusive slap watch. Following your Santa visit, you can take advantage of a 10% discount on the exclusive range of London Transport Museum wooden toys that are available in the adjoining shop.

Santa will be at the museum from 11am until 5pm on the following dates:

10th December
11th December
15th - 18th December

Visitors are advised to pre-book their chosen time slot online at http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/events-calendar/family-activities to avoid disappointment.

Ticket prices are £12 for one child, £20 for two children or £25 for three.

We're really looking forward to taking the children somewhere new this year, where they can take in some of the Christmas magic in Covent Garden, London as well as getting to see Santa in a completely unique location!

Watch out for our full write up coming soon!

We have been offered tickets to visit Santa at the London Transport Museum, but no other payment has been offered or received for the writing of this post.  

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