We all know Christmas is going to be very different this year but that’s not going to stop us making the most of it and enjoying some well deserved time off. So we’ve put together a few Covid-friendly activities that can fit current rules and guidelines.
Longleat Safari is a must-see all year round but at Christmas, Longleat becomes even more spectacular. The whole park becomes an illuminated and your senses are in for a treat. Not to mention, a couple of hours spent here and your Christmas spirit will be in full swing. Great for families or for couples, it’s an enjoyable day out for everyone. But be quick, tickets will be limited this year to stay covid-friendly so book yours now.
One for the kids (or big kids, if you love Christmas, like us!), Lapland UK is an immersive day out to visit Father Christmas’ elves and they village. An enchanted forest, toy factory, Mother Christmas’ kitchen and of course, meeting Santa himself. This mesmerising experience will be a feast for your senses and an unforgettable day out.
The Great Outdoors
The government are encouraging us to only mix households outdoors so as this is the only way to spend time with friends, we may aswell make it as festive as possible. So pull together your pals, get outside in the country for a winter walk and stop off at for a warm hot chocolate and mince pie.
Check Out Your Local Christmas Lights
Seeming as it begins to get dark around 4pm now, you have plenty of time to take the kids out in the car. Drive around your neighbourhood, village or town and take in the array of lights. It seems the country has gone to town with lights this year as a way of seemingly brightening up what has been an incredibly tough year.