Christmas at Hestercombe
Come and enjoy Christmas with us
Christmas at Hestercombe is a special time with fun events and activities for all the family. Kicking off with our Christmas Market in November, we have Christmas events running right the way through the festive period and into the New Year.
Enjoy our ‘Christmouse’ garden trail, meet Father Christmas, try your hand at crafts at one of our Christmas workshops and enjoy festive theatre, carol concerts and more!
See below for the full line-up of Christmas events at Hestercombe.
29th Nov & 13th Dec
Join artist Gemma Pope for an evening Christmas craft workshop to make a beautiful driftwood Christmas tree to display in your home over the festive season, and enjoy a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie while you work.
30th Nov & 7th Dec
Join artist Gemma Pope for a Christmas wreath making workshop to make a beautiful rag wreath. Take your creation home to hang as part of your festive decorations year after year, and a mince pie while you work on your masterpiece.
1st, 2nd, 6th & 8th Dec
Deck the halls with a handmade wreath! Join florist Jan Boddington from Blue Shed Flowers for a workshop to make a beautiful Christmas wreath to hang on your door at home over the festive season.
5th & 12th Dec
Feel festive as you enjoy your your favourite carols and seasonal tunes, performed by the Military Wives Choir and Taunton Concert Band.
6th, 13th & 20th Dec
Our historic Column Room Restaurant will be open for sumptuous evening suppers, complete with live festive piano music and a delicious festive menu prepared by our Head Chef.
From 7th Dec – 5th Jan
Follow Holly and Jolly through the winter gardens – join in and let them teach you some classic Christmas tunes using hand bells, xylophones, tambourines and more!
7th, 14th, 15th, 22nd & 23rd Dec
The whole family will love this magical storytelling experience, where your imagination transports you to a world where anything is possible…
Looking for the perfect Christmas present ideas? Hestercombe is here to help with your Christmas present conundrums. You’re welcome!