It’s a busy time of year for us all, not just Santa!
You can be sure your child’s letter will get to the North Pole in plenty of time at St Albans very own Santa’s Post Office.
Children will step into an enchanting world and be greeted by the elves where they write and send their letters to Santa.
Take a break from shopping, while the kids sit down and get their wishes down on paper. They then post their letter into a special post box, press a magic button and watch their letter on its journey to Lapland. Every child receives a reply.
Santa’s Post Office is in Christopher Place in St Albans for 2 late night openings (4-8 pm 14 November and 12 December) and on weekends 11 am – 5 pm Saturdays and Sundays from 14 November to 22 December
There’s no need to book and entry is free!
Here are the many reasons you should visit Santa’s Post Office this Christmas: write a letter to Santa, enter into the Festive Trail competition, buy a present for the Giving Tree, join in events and workshops, gift-wrapping service. More details below.
- The Festive Friends Trail – We’re running a competition whereby children can collect 6 cards, one of which has to be the “Star” card from Cath Kidston, give their details to the elves, receive a sweet treat, and one lucky entrant will be contacted at the start of the new year to win their prize of a £25 St Albans Gift Card and a £25 donation to a charity of their choice.
- The Giving Tree in Santa’s Post Office, where people can take a tag, buy a present and return the wrapped present the elves, and all presents will be donated to the residents of Fosse House, St Albans.
- Gift Wrapping service will be available on 14th and 21st December, 12-3.30pm more details to follow.
- We also have a competition running to win £250 to spend at Christopher Place in January. All stores at Christopher Place have postcards advertising this at the till points. Customers simply need to sign up to our newsletter which puts them in a draw where someone will win £250!
This event is funded by the businesses in St Albans City Centre through St Albans BID