Lapland UK extends opening dates this Christmas due to demand – here is how to get tickets before they sell out

LAPLAND UK has extended their opening dates this Christmas due to huge demand which saw tickets sell out last year.

The popular festive event, yet to officially launch tickets sales for 2021, will open again this year from November.

Located in Whitmoor Forest in Berkshire, the event was due to run from November 15 to December 24, before closing and then reopening from January 2 to January 15.

However, following a successful bid to be able to open for longer, Lapland UK will now run from November 1 to January 15, without having to close.

The event can also stay open for longer – it was previously only allowed to operate from 9:30am to 6pm on weekdays, and 9am to 6pm on weekends.

They can now run tours from 8am to 7pm each day.

Local councillors have proposed a clause which would stop it from opening on the bank holidays – Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day – as well as a week after Christmas, although this is yet to be confirmed.

The attraction started selling tickets back in February due to demand, which started from £69 per person.

However, the early bird access has since closed – families who want to get tickets for the 2021 festive event need to sign up here.

The popular Lapland UK attraction reimagines the story of Father Christmas and his elves where kids and parents can walk through the immersive world.

Children get to meet the elves along with Mother and Father Christmas, while seeing the Toy Factory and the Christmas kitchen, both of which include gifts and treats along the way.

Each ticket includes the entire event, as well as a personalised invite sent by post, a gift from the Toy Factory, gingerbread cookies and an apron, a thank you gift from Santa and even photographs and performance tickets.

The event is a favourite with celebs too with both Holly Willoughby and David Beckham spotted there in recent years.

Sun writer Simon Boyle visited the attraction with his family last Christmas – here is what you can expect from the event.

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