From 23rd November – 29th January on Clock Corner, St Sepulchre Gate and the surrounding city centre areas
Residents and visitors are invited to celebrate Christmas in Doncaster with a whole host of events taking place in the run-up to the festive season.
The season of events will include visits from Santa Claus at the Mansion House as well as Christmas Carols in the Square with choirs, carols and musicians providing the backdrop to the entertainment. There will be festive cabins that will be open every day offering small retailers the opportunity to bring festive cheer and gift options to city centre shoppers, a children’s tea cup ride, as well the return of the free snow globe for children to play in.
Waddle into Christmas with a magical lineup of seasonal activities in Doncaster for all the family!
Thursday 7th December, (sessions from 4.30pm, 5.30pm and 6.30pm)
Tickets (£10 under 12’s Adults free, two adults per booking max)
A truly magical experience awaits when Father Christmas stops by the Mansion House for a festive evening of entertainment, activities, hot chocolate, cookies, gifts and photos in our fairytale setting. Tucked away within the Mansion House is our fairy hideout where the elves have been busy creating a festive treat for the children of Doncaster. Don’t forget your singing voices and dancing shoes as Santa is here to party!
Lots of great gift ideas await at the Frost Festival Christmas Cabins situated in the area around Clock Corner between Frenchgate and Doncaster Market. Enjoy the charm and atmosphere and pick up a quality pressie along the way from the local makers, small businesses and craft style traders. Enjoy festive refreshments from the food and drink stalls. .
Join us for traditional carols and festive entertainment beside the Christmas tree. We have festive treats for all including scrumptious food and hot drinks as well as rides and activities for our younger visitors. The elves have been hard at work filling the snow globe for your photos and Father Christmas himself will be making one of his last appearances before he gets ready for the big day—a truly festive way to mark the start of the holidays with some traditional Christmas cheer.