Meet Father Christmas in the Midlands
Father Christmas will be making regular appearances at the places we look after in the Midlands. But hurry, his visits book up fast.
Join us to help solve our Christmas mystery until 5 January. Celebrate with friends and family this festive season.<br><br>Please pre-book your timed slot to ensure entry to the house.
Soak up the sights of Christmas at Croome and make a visit, during this magical time of year, a part of your seasonal traditions.
Get into the Christmas spirit at one of our family Christmas events or find out how you can escape the hustle and bustle of the season on one of our guided rambles.
For the very first time at Belton the tree-tops will glisten and the gardens will shimmer and sparkle.
Join us on our final opening day of 2019, Sunday 15 December to meet Father Christmas in his grotto at The Weir Garden. Until then we are open every weekend for traditional family walks and a little winter-time nature spotting near the Wye.
Christmas at Belton always includes lots of family fun. Bring the whole family and enjoy a Belton Christmas together.
This Christmas, visit Belton to celebrate best-loved traditions and create some new ones of your own.
Everything you need to know about Father Christmas at Belton
Visit Father Christmas and his elves in their magical toy-making workshop in the stables.
Join Father Christmas and his gnomes at Attingham Park on selected dates this Christmas. Pre-booking essential.
Where to see Father Christmas at Calke Abbey this festive season...
Seasonal theatre in the Great Parlour, Father Christmas in his sitting room and traditional decorations in the family rooms . What more could you want from a Wightwick Christmas.
Soak up the festive atmosphere in the candle-lit Rock Houses as we celebrate Christmas with traditional decorations, warming open fires, and a magical cave grotto.
Experience the traditions of a wartime Christmas at Croft.
Father Christmas will be visiting Kedleston this December and is looking forward to meeting families in the stables, or for breakfast in the grand old kitchen.