Glenarm castle Christmas 2021 – The record we had last year (2020) in the Christmas experience was mind-blowing, we are so excited to announce to you the 2021 face of the yearly Christmas. this year’s Christmas experience is going to run from December 1St to December 19th. This year is going to be more interesting as preparation is currently ongoing for the satisfaction of customers.
Northern Ireland’s top Christmas event is coming back to the stunning grounds of Glenarm Castle this December.
This year you will see some interesting changes and further additions to this traditional and festive occasion with much more to see and do for all the family alongside our existing and popular host of attractions including our charming nativity scene with real animals, story-telling and gingerbread making with Mrs. Claus and of course, our popular Polar Express train adventure.
Father Christmas and his elves will be available, very ready to welcome families into their busy workshop as they prepare for their busiest time of the year.
The charge will include personal photos with Father Christmas, special gifts, unlimited carousel and train rides, complimentary hot food, tea/coffee, shortbread and refreshments for both adults and children.
Just like 2020, our Christmas Experience will be subject to government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions at the time of the event. Any changes are subject to public health advice at that time.
Wednesday 1st December – Sunday 19th December, from 4.00pm – 8.30pm each day
Under 1 £6.00
Please note that the highest number of people per booking is 4 adults and 4 children.
TICKETS ON SALE AS FOLLOWS:
- Pre-Sale Tickets Release (Members) – Tuesday 7th September at 10am.
- General Tickets Release (Non-Members) – Thursday 9th September at 10am. Booking fee / service charge applies.
Is Glenarm Catholic or Protestant
It was estimated that over 47.18% of the population were male and 52.82% were female. 43.13% were from a Catholic background and 53.35% were from a Protestant background.
Does anyone live in Glenarm castle?
Glenarm Castle is the ancestral home of the McDonnell family, Earls of Antrim. The castle is first and foremost the private family home of Viscount and Viscountess Dunluce and their family but they are delighted to welcome visitors to Glenarm Castle for guided tours on selected dates throughout the year.
Is Glenarm castle open to the public?
Glenarm is open to everybody daily from 9am to 5pm
Where can I see Santa in Northern Ireland
We have some of the best places you can see Santa in Northern Ireland in the list below:
- Winter Wonderland at Todds Leap
2. Search for Santa at Victoria Square
3. Santa’s Grotto at Castle Court
4. Magical Christmas Experience
5. Santa’s Grotto at Victoria Square
6. Meet Santa at W5
7. Wildlife Wonderland at Belfast Zoo