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Win A Family Pass for Santa’s Journey Roundwood

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Get ready for festive fun, as we’ve got a family pass for your gang to hop aboard a magical train ride along Santa’s Journey Roundwood, to visit the man himself for a truly spectacular experience not to be missed.

This stunning enchanted journey takes place in the woodland foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. Set off from Gingerbread Junction and arrive in Northpole Station before families will enjoy and an audience with Mrs. Claus in her winter cabin.  Families will then continue the journey to a special mini show with Santa’s funniest elves in his winter workshop followed by an individual meeting with Santa Claus himself.

All children will receive a complimentary gift from Santa Claus (provided they are on the nice list!) and professional photography and festive treats will be available for purchase at this magical Christmas experience.

So if you fancy being in the running to win this magical family pass (2 free adult passes and 3 free children’s passes to Santa’s Journey with 3 x professional photographs included) for this Sunday 25th November, then head over to our Facebook Page to enter.

And if you’re not lucky enough to win, don’t worry you can order tickets for this festive day out over on
right now! Santa’s Journey kicks off this Sunday the 25th of November and runs every weekend until Christmas in the beautiful grounds of Djouce Golf Club, Roundwood, Co Wicklow.

Tickets cost €14.50 for adults and €18 for children which includes a complimentary gift from Santa. Limited spaces available on each journey! Pre Booking Essential and places fill up fast. Book now to avoid disappointment over on

Don’t forget to follow Santa’s Journey on Facebook and Instagram.

Niamh O'Reilly
Niamh O'Reilly
A full time feature and copy writer, Niamh is a dog-mad, shoe-obsessed, movie-buff, with a curious penchant for politics. Up until her son arrived in December 2016, she’d never changed a nappy, made a bottle or even held a baby for more than 5 minutes without it unleashing what she refers to as ‘the death roar’. Completely unprepared for this momentous change in her life, she’s now trying to navigate the brand new world of motherhood with honesty, grace, love and humour. You can also catch her writing about her journey over at