Plenty to get you in festive mood at West Yorkshire attraction

Enjoy a festive day out at Yorkshires award winning Christmas Adventure.  Now in its tenth year, the stunning Stockeld Park Estate is bringing its expertise to the fore, to deliver a large helping of Christmas cheer, at its renowned festival in the run up to and during the Christmas season.
Enjoy a festive day out at Yorkshires award winning Christmas Adventure. Now in its tenth year, the stunning Stockeld Park Estate is bringing its expertise to the fore, to deliver a large helping of Christmas cheer, at its renowned festival in the run up to and during the Christmas season.
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Stockeld Park Estate’s award-winning Christmas Adventure opens today in one of the country’s most ancient woodlands.

Now in its 10th year, the attraction aims to deliver a large helping of festive cheer in the run-up to and during the Christmas season.

Visitors can enjoy a stroll through the illuminated Enchanted Forest, and younger guests can visit Santa and his elves in the grotto. There’s also an ice rink, interactive playgrounds, a Nordic ski trail, snowflake-shaped Yew maze, Christmas tree stall, gift shop and a cafe serving homemade food.

The attraction is open daily until January 3.

www.stockeldpark.co.uk

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