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Christmas at the Farm

Broughgammon Farm, 50 Straid Road, Ballycastle, Antrim, BT54 6NP
Christmas at Broughgammon Farm Ballycastle with Santa standing outside the building


Nestled down in his brand new fairy lit grotto, Santa will be making his regular stop at his favourite environmentally friendly farm on the north coast. With his friendly elf and and his very festive donkey/reindeer hybrids he cant wait to meet you!

Along with meeting Santa, getting your pictures taken in our many photo op locations and petting the animals there's also festive crafts for children. Don't forget to write and decorate your letter to Santa while you're here and posting it in our Polar Post Box!

For those of you togged out in woolies and wellies, head out on an invigorating farm walk and see if you can find all the items on our Santa Scavenger hunt while enjoying the fresh air and our beautiful award-winning regenerative farm. See if you can also spot our sheep, chickens, beehives and cows! Once your little ones have burnt off some energy running around the farm, finish up with a trip to our charming farm cafe (as featured on BBC CountryFile) where there are many mouthwatering treats to purchase.

All this for a family friendly £20 per car (including all its occupants!) makes this the perfect Christmassy day out for all :)

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Season (16 Dec 2023 - 17 Dec 2023)
Saturday - Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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Broughgammon Farm - Économusée Artisans, BallycastleBroughgammon is an award winning, forward thinking family farm, artisan butchery, shop and cafe. Practicing Regenerative Farming, specialising in Cabrito (kid-goat meat), Free Range Rose Veal and Seasonal Wild Game and homegrown veg.

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