Family events and activities to do in York with Kids after Christmas.
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Visit our fitness Park in Nether Poppleton opposite Manor CE Academy on Millfield Lane, YO26 6QY
Christmas toddler programme now released. Please see attached Christmas poster. We are running FREE 40 minute toddler exercise classes in our studio as part of the the Ninja Toddler session. Including our Agility Kickers class (football skills and games) and our mini ninja class.
We also have two toddler dance sessions on Friday 10am and 11am 45 minuet sessions costing £7.95.
Visit the Agility website for all the latest regarding COVID restrictions and opening information.
Winter opening times: 10am – 3.30pm Saturday and Sunday plus Monday 28 December and Friday 1 January 2021.
Check WEBSITE for details and to book
The booking system closes around 3pm the day before. Our numbers are limited to ensure visitors can socially distance when they’re here.
Grab your goody bag (£2 per child – card payments only) whilst stocks last* complete with activity sheet, pencil, certificate, badge and play pack. Expect to find your favourites like Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Mr. Jeremy Fisher, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-tail and at the end of the trail take your photograph alongside the large Peter Rabbit board.
* When they’re gone they’re gone. Check for sold out updates here and on social media before you visit, we’d hate to disappoint. Similarly if we’ve lots of goody bags left, we’ll extend the dates.
Opening information: The Saloon Galleries with the Arts Council Collection exhibition In the moment: the art of wellbeing will re-open. There is a one way floor system, this occupies the first floor of the hall – the rest of the hall remains closed. The shop will also re-open and the restaurant can now return tables to the indoor and outdoor area, along with their takeaway option. The gardens, parkland, play area, toilets and car park remain open as per lockdown. The first open day for this will be Saturday 5 December.
Beningbrough, Hall, Gallery and Gardens, Beningbrough, York, YO30 1DD
We’ve listed 50 great family friendly walks HERE – based on the distance from York so you don’t have to travel far if you don’t want to!
We let you know which are buggy friendly and dog friendly too as well as details on any costs, parking and how long (roughly) each one takes.
Here at Humble Bee Farm we would love to welcome you for a festive getaway; we will ensure your stay with us this December will be a memorable, special and safe experience.
Humble Bee Farm is located near Scarborough in the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, in Tier 2. We have a range of glamping accommodation on our working farm, choose from our cosy, heated Big Chief cabins, Running Water Deluxe cabins (with wood-fired hot tub), our Premium Wigwam Lodges (with electric hot tub) and our luxury holiday cottages just waiting for you this winter. We are welcoming all guests also living in Tier 1 & 2.
From 2nd December to 5th January your accommodation can be transformed into a Christmas Wonderland, by adding on our Christmas Wonderland Package, including keepsakes, festive decor and sweet treats. Every Saturday up to Christmas, you can also visit our festive yurt where you can write a letter to Santa and get a photo with his sleigh.
Humble Bee Farm, Flixton, North Yorkshire, YO11 3UJ.
Creepy Crawlies are thrilled to be back with an amazing Christmas experience: Winter Wonderland at the Web.
The Web Adventure Park are bringing back the outdoor funfair and it will be bigger and better than ever.
The park will open from 5th December and sessions will run at fixed times for 2 hours with unlimited rides, festive stalls (not included in entry price) and game stalls. There will be snowfall, a treasure hunt around the park and Father Christmas himself will be making an appearance. The indoor play area will open at no extra charge if COVID restrictions allow. Please be aware, Father Christmas will be travelling back to the North Pole after Christmas Eve!
Tickets are on sale now HERE
Sessions are 2 hours long and run at 9am, 11.30am, 2pm and 4.30pm.
The park will open on weekends from Saturday 5th December and will open daily during the school holidays:
Saturday 5th December & Sunday 6th December
Saturday 12th December & Sunday 13th December
Saturday 19th December daily up to and including Thursday 24th December
Sunday 27th December daily up to and including Sunday 3rd January
Please note, on some days such as Christmas Eve and New Years Day there will be fewer sessions.
Web Adventure Park, Wigginton Road, York, YO32 2RH
Coming soon! Dates Tbc…..
York Castle Museum Presents…A Christmas Spectacular on Kirkgate
Step out of the cold and into a magical snow-covered world where Christmas comes alive at York Castle Museum.
Snow has fallen on the famous Victorian street, Kirkgate, transforming it into a glistening stage where large-scale projections dance across the walls, bringing to life famous characters from the Nutcracker.
Oversized Christmas decorations sparkle above your heads, Nutcrackers, ballerinas and toy soldiers adorn the street and festive music plays, immersing you in a new and truly unique Christmas experience on Kirkgate.
Book your tickets HERE
Don’t forget we list all the one off events throughout the holidays on the York Mumbler Events Calendar.
Click HERE to see what other family friendly events are happening.
December 11 2020 to January 3 2021
CHRISTMAS in York wouldn’t be complete without a family outing to the pantomime!
York Stage producer Nik Briggs is excited to announce his company will be bringing a brand new professional staging of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK to the city this winter, billed as “a panto made in York for the people of York”.
Running from December 11 2020 to January 3 2021 for 40 performances at Theatre @41 on Monkgate, York, the 90-minute, Covid-secure show will feature a cast of eight laden with West End talent from Yorkshire.
“Our traditional family pantomime will be performed in a traverse setting, with the audience placed either side of a central stage.”
“Covid-secure safety measures will be in place and, for the first time at a York Stage show, Perspex safety screens will be placed between households and support bubbles so audiences can safely enjoy the show.”
Summing up what lies in store in Jack And The Beanstalk, Nik says: “With an exciting cast filled with West End talent, all born and bred in Yorkshire, and a creative team made up from the people who brought shows such as Shrek, The Sound Of Music and Hairspray to York, audiences can be assured of a night of true panto magic!”
“Expect glitzy sets and costumes, a show filled with singing and dancing, lots of laughs and, of course, a huge beanstalk! Audiences can book now for a giant slice of traditional Christmas fun at one of the city’s most magical, bean-sized theatres for all the family!”