Christmas experience across Scotland – get ready for it!
The Elf Experience guarantees a memorable Christmas celebration, brimming with enchanting activities designed to spread joy and laughter among children of all ages and the young at heart. This festive series of events brings a sleighful of holiday cheer, featuring a live performance by the Theatre School of Scotland.
The warm and welcoming festive elves from Wonderworld Soft Play will be there to greet you with open arms. It’s a wonderful chance for your children to meet these magical characters and forge memories that will endure a lifetime.
Every little elf in attendance is in for a treat! Because what’s Christmas without presents? At The Elf Experience, each young participant will receive a special gift straight from Santa’s workshop.
Does your little one have a wish list for the North Pole? Our Letter to Santa station is the ideal spot to jot down those heartfelt wishes and send them directly to Santa Claus himself!
Moreover, the youngsters can tap into their inner artist and craft charming Christmas-themed creations. Whether it’s ornaments, cards, or other delightful decorations, the Arts and Crafts station will be a center of festive creativity.
Allow your little ones to expend some energy and form new friendships on our fantastic play-frame—a delightful space where fun has no limits. It’s the perfect environment for kids to play, explore, and embrace the holiday spirit together.
Reece Donnelly, Theatre School of Scotland said: “We are delighted to be working with Wonderworld this Christmas. There is so much synergy between the brands and I think every Theatre School of Scotland child has had fun in their venues at one point, so it seems proper full circle to be now creating a Christmas show with them. The show will be festive, fun and filled with lots of laughs!”
The team at Wonderworld Soft Play said “Don’t be a Scrooge this Christmas! Join The Elf Experience and let the holiday magic take over as we celebrate the most wonderful time of the year together. It’s an event that promises to be a tree-mendous hit with families throughout Scotland!”
Performances run from Saturday 2nd December through to Sunday 17th December and there are morning and afternoon sessions.