The north Norfolk village of Thursford is 1 mile from the A148 road, between the towns of Fakenham and Holt. The village is famous for the Thursford Collection, an attraction that includes old-fashioned fairground rides, mechanical organs and steam engines. During November and December Thursford hosts its Christmas Spectacular, an immensely popular event that attracts visitors from afar.
Whilst it is only October, mentioning the ‘C’ word so early is with good reason. Tickets for the Thursford Christmas Spectacular sell like hot cakes, so if you want to see the 2018 show, you might want to purchase your tickets sooner rather than later.
Tickets for Thursford Christmas Spectacular 2019 are selling fast and many dates are already sold out. If you want to experience Norfolk’s biggest and most captivating Christmas show, tickets can be booked online from their website or over the telephone.
Thursford is a unique experience that attracts vast numbers of visitors each year and is located 16 miles southwest of Cromer and 25 miles northwest of Norwich. Home to the world-famous Christmas Spectacular, Santa’s Magical Journey and the world’s largest collection of steam engines and organs, it is also home to Thursford Garden Pavilion, one of Norfolk’s leading wedding and event venues.