Listen to Father Christmas, accompanied by his woodland elves, tell Christmas and winter stories inside the cave at Kinver this December.
Enjoy a hot or cold drink and a breakfast pastry, listen to festive stories in the cave then receive a Christmas gift.
Ticket price £12 per child, accompanying adults are £4.50 each. Drink and breakfast pastry included.
Ticket prices do not include entry to the Rock Houses. Rock Houses open at 10.30am and normal admission prices apply (free for National Trust members) if you would like to visit after Breakfast Stories with Father Christmas.
|Ticket type||Ticket category|
|Adult Includes a hot or cold drink and breakfast pastry.||£4.50|
|Child Includes a drink, breakfast pastry and gift.||£12.00|
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Aimed at children up to age 8. Under 2’s free (no gift or breakfast)
- Meeting point
Meet us at Visitor Reception 10 minutes before the time stated on your ticket.
- What to bring and wear
The cave is open to the elements, so please wear weather appropriate clothing and sensible footwear.
Steep slopes and lots of steps. Not suitable for wheelchair users.
Ticket price £12 per child to include a hot / cold drink, breakfast pastry, stories in the cave with Father Christmas and a gift. Accompanying adults are £4.50 each and includes a hot / cold drink and breakfast pastry. Ticket prices do not include entry to the Rock Houses. Rock Houses open at 10.30am and normal admission prices apply or free for NT members. 15 children tickets available each day but no restriction on the number of accompanying adults. The stories are aimed at children up to 8 years old, but some older children may enjoy. Under 2’s free of charge (but no present or breakfast provided). Please note that this is a group storytelling event rather than an individual visit to Father Christmas - Please see 'Meet Father Christmas in the Rock Houses' Event for individual visits - but you will have the opportunity for your child(ren) to have their photo with Father Christmas when they receive their gift.
Kinver Edge office