Christmas at Uppark

This article was about our Christmas activities at Uppark in 2017. We’ll be updating this with 2018 event information later on in the year. Please go to our main Uppark homepage to find out what we're doing this year.

You’ll be spoiled for choice, with the house decorated for a Victorian country house party, an interactive family trail, and other activities. There’s Christmas meals, festive shopping, and plenty of opportunities to escape the twenty-first century world.

Throughout the season soak up the atmosphere and spend time with family and friends. Take a look below at what's on.
 
Open daily throughout the  2017 festive season, including Boxing Day and New Year's Day 10am to 4pm (closed 24 and 25 December).

A Victorian housemaid and butler dress a Christmas tree

Victorian country house Christmas party 

Take a step back in time to the Victorian era for a glittering Christmas. Meet the servants and discover stunning costumes made of paper by Delicarta.

Family look at Christmas tree at Uppark, West Sussex

Family fun this Christmas 

With a great family trail exploring the grounds and house as well as dressing up and craft activities, our Christmas is perfect for all ages.

Selection of Christmas decorations on table against white background

Festive retail therapy  

No visit to Uppark is complete without stopping off in our shop. Find that perfect Christmas gift this festive season as well as picking up some treats for yourself.

Bowl of pumpkin soup, with bread roll accompaniment

Eat well this Christmas at Uppark 

Stop by the East Pavilion this winter and tuck into some taste festive treats in the Café. We've got hearty meals as well as Christmas favourites for you to enjoy

Gingerbread snowmen shapes

Festive gingerbread snowmen 

Have a go at making our home-made gingerbread snowmen. Learn the recipe from our catering experts.

The house at Uppark in the morning frost, West Sussex

Winter in the gardens at Uppark  

Wrap up warm and meander through our grounds this winter taking in the crystal clear views out across the South Downs