HAVING been advised to cut back on his social interactions this past Christmas to ensure he is fighting for Christmas Eve, Santa has officially confirmed that he is due to make a comeback to Wexford Wharf this year with his experience at the North Pole from November 28 to December 23.
This year, the Santa Claus experience at the North Pole has been redesigned to give individual family groups exclusive and individual access to the real Santa Claus and to ensure that safety is the top priority.
Santa’s majestic library is where he will welcome individual families. Kids can ask Santa all the Christmas secrets they ever wanted to know, have their photo taken by a pro, and talk about their Christmas wish list. This redesigned experience for 2021 means visitors will have a lot more time with Santa to relax, chat and laugh.
All trips to Santa’s North Pole Experience are wheelchair accessible and Santa can communicate through Lámh. Additionally, tours can be tailored to suit anyone with sensory issues where volume levels throughout the experience are reduced and lighting is adjusted appropriately without flash or strobe lighting.
This year also marks the return of Wexford on Ice and one of the largest ice rinks in the country from November 27 to January 5.
Tickets for Santa’s North Pole Experience and Wexford on Ice go on sale this Thursday at 10 a.m. on wexfordwinterland.com.