ARE YOU hoping to see Father Christmas before he gets stuck in down a chimney this festive season?

The Daily Echo has rounded-up where to see Santa Claus this Christmas.

Meet Farmer Christmas at Farmer Palmers

Families can meet Farmer Christmas at Farmer Palmers biggest ever Christmas event this year from December 11 to December 23.

All children wanting to meet 'Farmer Christmas' will need a ticket to enter the enchanted barn. Tickets are available as an 'add-on' item when you book/reserve your admission tickets.

There will be the enchanted barn, photo opportunities, panto dame, elves, lots of fancy dress and, of course, the 'Man in Red' under a sparkle-filled magical atmosphere.

Daytime tickets to visit Farmer Christmas (Annual Pass holder admission free) are available as well as special evening twilight events.

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Get a visit from Santa and the elves to your door

Santa and the elves will make a magical stop at your house with the Santa 2U service from Honeybrook Adventure Farm.

Santa will visit your door and have a brief but personalised Christmas chat with you and your children outside your home.

An elf will accompany Santa and each child with a ticket will receive a quality toy and a goody bag - parents are welcome to take their own photos.

Tickets can be booked on the Honeybrook Adventure Farm website and cost between £20.50 and £24.50 per child.

Santa on the Quay

Father Christmas will be on Poole Quay with real-life reindeer and elves along with music and entertainment.

The event will take place on Saturday, November 20 between 12pm and 4pm.

Santa’s woodland grotto at Upton Country Park

Visit Upton Country Park this Christmas and meet Santa and his elves. Children will be able to meet an owl and you can take your own pictures.

There will also be a nativity scene with real donkeys, Father Christmas will be in his natural wood cabins and every child will receive a quality wrapped Christmas present and a printed photograph with Santa to take home.

Tickets from £5.50 (children under 13 months), £12 (13-36 months), £15 all other children. Adults £4.

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Santa at Adventure Wonderland

In 2020 Adventure Wonderland created a brand new production, “The Santa Show” in which guests could enjoy an all-singing, all-dancing stage show featuring Father Christmas and some of his trusted elves.

This enchanting blend of grotto and Panto includes a souvenir gift for every child and will be back for 2021.

The show will run from November 27 to 28, December 4 to 5, December 11 to 12 and December 18 to 23.

Child tickets cost £19.50 and include a gift, meeting Santa and unlimited use of the indoor play and new crazy golf course. Adult tickets cost £6.

Stewarts Garden Centre

Stewarts will be welcoming Santa and six real-life reindeer to their garden centres in Christchurch and Broom Hill in Wimborne.

There will also be a magical Winter Wonderland with Santa which will be running from 20 November to 24 December.

Tickets cost £2.50 for babies with no present, £14.50 for children ( seven months to 12-years-old) with a present and £2 for adults, with no present.

Breakfast with Santa at Mulligans

Santa will be visiting Mulligans four times throughout the festive period at 11am on Saturday, December 11, Sunday, December 12, Saturday, December 18 and Sunday, December 19.

Guests can join Santa for breakfast, crazy gold and have a visit with the man himself and receive a free gift.

Tickets for under 12s cost £10 and include pancakes with syrup and fruit juice, one game of crazy golf and a special gift.

Adult tickets cost £12 and include a bacon or veggie sandwich and one game of crazy golf.

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Breakfast with Santa at the Toby Carvery

It just wouldn’t be Christmas without a trip to see Santa - your little ones can meet the man himself at the Toby Carvery for £6.99.

Father Christmas will be visiting from 9.30am on 11, 12, 18, 19, 20 to 24 December.

Both Toby Carvery Cooper Dean and Toby Carvery Northbourne will be hosting the event.

Breakfast with Santa at Brewhouse and Kitchen

Santa is coming to Brewhouse and Kitchen in The Triangle and he's bringing his cheeky elves.

Enjoy a freshly cooked breakfast with coffee or juice and entertainment provided by children's entertainment company, Minky Moo's.

Each child will receive a small gift from Brewhouse and Kitchen as well as some treats from Santa.

Guests can enjoy breakfast with Santa from 10am to 11.30am on Monday, December 20.

Tickets for this festive event are £15 per person and sold by table.