LaplandUK’s only ticket release for 2022 scheduled for this month – How to get tickets

LaplandUK has revealed that tickets for its 2022 Christmas festivities are going on sale this month.

The ticket release on Monday March 21 will be the only one this season so if you’re hoping to visit at the end of the year, you’ll need to make sure you grab tickets sooner rather than later.

The experience will be running from Saturday November 12 to Saturday December 24, 2022 at the popular attraction in Ascot.

LaplandUK’s four-hour experience is one children and adults won’t want to miss with the story of Father Christmas and his Elves being brought to life.

You’ll also have plenty of activities to take part in, including toy making, food decoration, ice skating, meeting LaplandUK’s animals and cast of performers.

How to buy Lapland UK tickets 2022

Tickets go on sale at midday on Monday March 21, 2022 and prices start from £59 plus booking fees.

To buy tickets, you’ll need to visit the LaplandUK website.

Each ticket includes the following:

  • Personalised invitation to every child from Father Christmas by post
  • Presentation box (one per booking)
  • Entry to LaplandUK & parking at Whitmoor Forest
  • Elf Passport for every child
  • A copy of the Lapland Times
  • All performances include the activities – ice skating and gingerbread making, Toy Factory toy making with toy gifted for Christmas Day (RRP £30)
  • A beautiful Husky puppy thank you gift from Father Christmas for every child (RRP £25)
  • A 8X6 family photograph of the family’s audience with Father Christmas

Mike Battle, creator and co-founder of LaplandUK, said: “We’ve created an unimaginable world, based on an enchanting story – The Untold Story of Father Christmas – where Small Folk and Big Folk truly believe they’ve been transported to the home of Father Christmas in the UK. It’s a unique experience where families come together to make magical memories at Christmas whilst their children still believe.”   

Alison Battle, creator and co-founder of LaplandUK, said: “Christmas is a magical time for parents and children, but the innocent belief children have in Father Christmas doesn’t last forever. So come to LaplandUK to revel in the moment your children still believe in a charming and authentic world of wonder that transports you to a place of make believe.”  

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