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Nov 26 2021 - Dec 24 2021

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All Day

Cost

£12.00

Wonderous Christmas Grotto ‘Believe’ at St David’s Dewi Sant

Meet Norbert the enchanted reindeer at St David’s from 26th November right up to Christmas Eve 
A brand-new family festive fun experience for 2021 
Tickets for Believe, St David’s Dewi Sant’s wonderous Christmas grotto,  open from Friday 26th November until Christmas Eve, are on sale now.  
Guests are welcomed into a mystical cavern where they’ll meet one of Santa’s trusted elves, McJingles, and the magical talking reindeer, Norbert – a small creature with big dreams. Watch out, Rudolf!  
After greeting Norbert with a song – and discovering one of his many charming surprises – guests will be invited to make extra-special reindeer food to take home and leave out to fuel Santa’s helpers on their Christmas Eve journey.  
Immersed in the festive spirit, little ones will then be invited into Santa’s enchanting grotto to enjoy a one-to-one with the man in red himself, receiving a gift and the opportunity to take away a photo of the occasion.  
James Waugh, Centre Director at St David’s Dewi Sant, said: “We are delighted to invite guests to enjoy the magic of Believe, a brand new festive celebration at St David’s.  
“The Believe experience is a great way for us to share with Christmas spirit with our guests, and we’re looking forward to Norbert becoming a local celebrity!”  
The health and safety of guests is the centre’s priority, and St David’s has taken a number of precautions to ensure visitors can enjoy the experience without concern.  
The Believe experience will be on the Lower Grand Arcade, near Hamley’s and the LEGO Store. Tickets, costing £12 per child and £5 per adult (plus an online booking fee), will go on general sale on 13th September at https://stdavidscardiff.com/believe-st-davids  

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