LAPLAND UK has announced when tickets will go on sale this year – with there being just one release day for 2022 visits.
Last year, the family-favourite attraction launched a number of ticket release dates due to popularity.
However, this year this is not the case, with there being just one day Brits can book – and they will most likely sell out fast.
The attraction has confirmed that tickets will go on sale on March 21 – next Monday – at midday.
This year it will run from November 12 until December 24, and tickets will start from £59, plus booking fees.
So you will have to be quick if you don't want to miss out.
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Lapland UK, located in Ascot, Berkshire, allows kids to live out their dreams with Santa and his team.
After entering the park, guests are given an "Elf Passport" to travel along the elven pathways and through a magical door, as well as being able to buy "jingle" currency to spend at the experience.
Inside is a 90-minute show of immersive theatre, where performers interact with the audience.
Also along the way is a visit to the Toy Factory where kids can help build the toys, as well as "Mother Christmas" Kitchen with gingerbread decorating classes.
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Kids will be able to meet huskies, reindeer and by the end of it, Father Christmas.
The entire tour takes up to four hours and the experience includes toys along the way – including a toy which they made in the workshop and is given to parents secretly in time for Christmas as well as an apron they used to make gingerbread in Mother Christmas' kitchen.
Kids are even sent a personalised box before the tour with invites from Lapland and Santa himself, with parents advised to put it in the fridge as it was "sent directly from Lapland".
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It's also popular with celebrities too.
Last Christmas, Gemma Collins was spotted at Lapland UK with her nephew and godson, while Peter and Emily Andre also took their kids to the attraction.
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