Christmas in Neverland at Castle Howard - Tickets on Sale

Christmas in Neverland at Castle Howard - Tickets on Sale

Castle Howard

Available to 7 January 2024

Book now from £19.00

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Seasonal events like Halloween and Christmas, no matter how big or small, sell out extremely fast and are usually cheaper the earlier you book them. We recommend you book your tickets as soon as you possibly can to avoid disappointment.

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Get 10% OFF with discount tickets to Christmas in Neverland for a true York winter wonderland 

Castle Howard transforms into Neverland this Christmas for a magical festive journey into the world of Peter Pan this December. 

You can buy adult tickets for 10% OFF at a price of just £19 and child tickets from only £8.55. You can also save more on tickets for your family when you use the promo code 'WEB2023' for an extra discount.

Get your Castle Howard tickets today for the best prices online! Or read on to find out more about the magic of Christmas in Neverland...

Experience the magic of a festive family day out in York when you visit Castle Howard this Christmas

Enjoy a Christmas day out like no other at Castle Howard! Tinker Bell has sprinkled fairy dust all over the House and transformed Castle Howard into a beautiful winter wonderland.

The main House will be transformed into a Peter Pan-themed odyssey, with beautiful decorations, installations, and projections. Fly into the adventure of a lifetime bursting with fairies, mermaids, and pirates. Vast ships will cruise into Castle Howard’s great galleries, Lost Boy-laughter will echo through its halls, and its beautiful rooms will transform into tropical lagoons.

Follow the boy that never grew up into a fantastical festive world that will re-ignite your belief in fairies and leave your heart full.

Christmas in Neverland takes place from 11th of November 2023 up to the 7th of January 2024

Please note: This ticket is for admission only, and does not include meeting Father Christmas.

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How to find us

Castle Howard is just 15 miles North East of York and is easily accessible from the A64 which connects Leeds, York and the Yorkshire Coast.

By car:

From the North - From the A1 take the A61 to Thirsk then the A170 to Helmsley. Before Helmsley turn right onto the B1257 and follow the brown signs. Please be aware this route includes Sutton Bank which is unsuitable for caravans. If you are towing, please continue down the A19 and follow the signs for the alternative route. 

From the South - Take the A1M to Junction 44 and follow the A64 east to York. Continue on the A64 past York in the direction of Scarborough, and you will shortly pick up the brown signs for Castle Howard.

You can also take the scenic route, avoiding the A64 and taking in North Yorkshire countryside and villages.

By bus: 

York to Castle Howard: A direct bus service, CastleLine runs from York to Castle Howard.

  • Free parking
  • Toilets
  • Baby-changing facilities 
  • Coffee shop
  • Farm shop
  • Picnic area
  • Fitzroy Café
  • Boathouse Café
  • Courtyard Café

We recommend 40 minutes to enjoy the whole experience at a steady pace. Some visitors move more quickly, others more slowly.

There is limited seating available, and there isn’t seating in every room. There are some places where visitors can temporarily rest, but there is no guarantee of this at the busiest times.

Level access to Christmas in Neverland is via the Christmas Marquee. The Marquee entrance is equipped with two sets of double doors – please note that these doors are not automatic and open outwards. Please ask a member of staff in the Gift Shop for level access assistance through to the visitor route.   

Wheelchair users (under 225kg including visitor and equipment) can use the House stair lift which takes visitors to the main floor of the House, operated by Castle Howard staff. Electric wheelchair/scooter users will need to transfer into a manual wheelchair to use the House stair lift, and there are plenty of manual wheelchairs which can be borrowed if required.

Access to the Chapel is restricted, information on these areas is available to view in portfolios from within the House – please ask a volunteer or Visitor Assistant.

Photography is welcome in the House. Please keep your flash turned off and do not use a tripod or a selfie stick. Professional photography of any kind needs to be arranged and agreed in advance.

Tickets include access to the main house and gardens.

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