Father Christmas at Bucks County Museum

Meet Father Christmas with a Georgian twist!

Join us at Discover Bucks Museum in Aylesbury for a traditional Georgian Christmas full of Georgian-inspired games, crafts, and gifts.
By Charlotte, Bucks Museum

Discover some of the seasonal festivities of the 1700s at our traditional Saint Nicholas event. Since this day out only takes place on Saturday, 11 December, 10.30am – 4pm, BOOK NOW! Don’t miss out.

Children will be delighted to visit our Green St. Nick for storytelling and receive a wonderful traditional gift*.

Meet the costumed re-enactors from The Mannered Mob. They’ll be giving fascinating demonstrations and engaging talks about life in Georgian times. There will be crafters, musicians, and even a Georgian doctor on hand!

Food historian, The Copper Pot will share customs around food and cooking. You’ll certainly be tempted to buy and try a very different, authentic Georgian-recipe hot chocolate.

There will be parlour games, fan and wig decorating, pomander making and be sure to try out the trails. There is so much more! Why wouldn’t you want to find out more about Georgian Christmas?

Prices

Our reasonable prices are:

  • Adult £8
  • Child £5.50(includes traditional toy gift and craft activities).
  • Under 3-year-olds go free.

*Gifts for children 3 years plus.

Book your tickets online at
Find us

Discover Bucks Museum, Church Street, Aylesbury HP20 2QP.

About Discover Bucks Museum

The museum is a space to explore, learn and wonder about Bucks. You can find out about the stories of people and places in this area and beyond.  It looks after 130,000 objects telling the story of Bucks and beyond from 200 million years ago to the present day. 

In 2014, an independent trust took over the museum which Bucks County Council had previously run.  Of course, the change didn’t change our charity status and our charity name remains Buckinghamshire County Museum Trust, with registered charity number 1153345.
Graphic designer, Ravi Chandwani designed the new logo. He used vibrant colours, inspired by the Buckinghamshire coat of arms.