Discover Winter Magic at The Savill Garden this December. Be enchanted by our family Gingerbread Trail through The Savill Garden, take a delightful ride on the stunning Edwardian Carousel or become a magical woodland creature with Fascinating Faces, before enjoying hearty winter dishes and naughty sweet treats in the Savill Garden Kitchen.
And as we get closer to Christmas Day, the magic increases …
Entry into The Savill Garden is free throughout December – car park charges apply. At this time of year, the patchwork of winter interest in the Garden combines beautifully with mixes of colours, textures and scents. Follow the Gingerbread Family Trail from 1 December 2017, finding some of the stars of the Garden, with games and activities for children from 5 – 10 years old. Cost per trail £3.50. What’s more, there’ll be a tasty treat waiting at the end!
Join in the holiday cheer and listen to live performances of songs of the season in The Savill Building performed by local school children on 5, 8, 11 and 15 December.
The magnificent Edwardian carousel returns to the front of The Savill Building from 16 – 23 December and 26 December – 1 January, and this year, there will be another little carousel appearing too; just for smaller ones! Each ride is £2.00 per person.
Fascinating Faces return to The Savill Building in the school holidays. By waving their face-painting magic wand they will transform your little ones into fairies, elves and woodland creatures like Sprucy Spriteycus, Whiffleflame the tree elf or Gigglewillow the robin. Face painting will be in The Savill Building from 21 – 23 December & 27 December – 1 January. £3.50 per child. Available from midday until 4.00pm. Face painting is only available for children 3 years and older.
For more information on these festive events at The Savill Garden, click here. Please always check details before travelling in case of changes or cancellations.
Please note, The Savill Garden is closed on 24 & 25 December.
We hope you found this post useful. For more information on things to do with the kiddies in Berkshire and the surrounding area this Winter, click here.