With only 26 days till Christmas already let’s kickstart the festivities and see what’s on in North and East Yorkshire this Christmas.
We have collected some of the best events, markets and more where all 3 of our parks are located.
So whats happening Yorkshire this December?
Christmas Markets Galore
1. Humber Bridge Farmers and Craft market – Sunday 2nd and the 23rd December.
Free to enter, this market it home to over 90 stalls ranging from food, gifts and more. It’s a great place to finish your Christmas shopping and grab a mince pie or two.
2. Malton Christmas Food and Gift market – 8th-9th December.
The Christmas version of the extremely popular Malton Food Festival, with the addition of non food gifts too. A great place to get your Christmas goose or turkey and any little extras you will need this Christmas.
3. Festival of Christmas: Beverley – 9th December. The village of Beverley will be transformed into a winter wonderland with a traditional Victorian Christmas Market. Over 120 stalls to browse amongst so you can find wonderful gifts this Christmas
4. The St Nicolas Christmas fair, York- Ongoing till 23rd December.
A stunning market through the city centre of York, made up of traditional chalets full of local made produce from festive food, Christmas gifts and much more. Finish the successful trip out with a glass of mulled wine.
Exclusive to Castle Howard!
Castle Howard’s 12 Days of Christmas – Come and explore the stunning Christmas displays throughout the stunning stately home, open fires throughout and a 25 foot Christmas tree in the Great Hall. Even meet Father Christmas himself.
Panto season. Oh yes it is!
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without a trip to the Panto!
The Hull New Theatres production of Cinderella is one to see. Perfect for all the family and a great day out to the newly refurbished theatre. 6th to 30th of December.
York Royal theatres production of the Grand Old Dame of York.
Celebrating the traditional art of pantomime, oh yes it will! Definitely a Christmas tradition. 13th December to 2nd February.