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Santa is returning to Lisburn Museum this December and he cannot wait to see everyone! He has checked his list twice and knows visitors to Lisburn are extra nice.
Santa arrives on Wednesday 1 December at 10:30am and will be returning to the North Pole on Thursday 23 December at 3:30pm. Visiting Santa is free with a small donation of £1 per child which will go to the Mayor’s charities. Don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the festive fun.
Santa’s Post-box – real life and virtual
Your little ones will be able to post their letters to Santa at reception in the Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum and will receive a special reply. Santa’s elves bring the post box to Lisburn Museum on 19 November 2021 and will come to collect it on 16 December 2021.
Anyone can send their Santa letter using the elf-approved email address email@example.com. Make sure to send your email by 16 December 2021 to receive a personal reply from Santa Claus just in time for Christmas.
Christmas is a time of year when everyone is rushing around, making lists and checking them twice and doing what they can to bring a little light to the wintery days. It isn’t easy for everyone and this year Lisburn Museum is delighted to have a very special wishing well to help support the Mayor’s charities.
All money thrown into the Lisburn Museum Wishing well will go to ADD N.I. and MACS. Don’t forget to make a wish when you donate, with Christmas magic in the air it might just come true.