With the festive season just around the corner, there are plenty of winter activities to boost your Christmas spirit when you stay at Stanbrook Abbey.
Located in Worcester, Stanbrook Abbey Hotel is the ideal location for those looking to indulge in an array of Christmas activities.
Immerse yourself in all things seasonal at The Three Counties Showground, with an impressive selection of exciting festive activities on this winter, including ice skating. Sheltered from the elements, the grounds are home to one of the region’s largest indoor ice rinks. Or perhaps spend time exploring the newly themed Illuminated Light Trail – ‘A Christmas Odyssey?’ With shimmering lights and impressive features, this interactive adventure trail is guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit.
Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this iconic fayre, with festive treats and a wonderful atmosphere. This year, the Christmas event will host almost 200 stalls, selling local arts and crafts, delicious street food and gifts perfect for loved ones. As well as an array of stalls, look forward to fantastic entertainment featuring Victorian characters and brilliant musicians. Find out more here.
Severn Valley Railway
The Severn Valley Railway has an incredible line-up of Christmas events for all ages. Whether it be family fun on Santa Trains, musical adventures, festive afternoon tea, Christmas lunch and murder mystery experiences – there really is something for everyone.
Visit the Santa Safari at West Midlands Safari Park, from the 25th of November to the 24th of December, for a magical festive day out for the entire family. Take part in a four-mile winter safari and visit Santa in his grotto - a wonderfully decorated log cabin with its own Christmas tree, festive fireplace and of course Santa himself. Children will even be able to pick their very own present!
Combine a festive break at Stanbrook Abbey Hotel with these wonderful family attractions. Find out more about our Christmas packages here.
This article is factually correct as of November 2022