WIN a pass for the whole family to meet Santa Claus at his grotto 1 month ago

WIN a pass for the whole family to meet Santa Claus at his grotto

Brought to you by EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.

'Twas the night before Christmas...

There is nothing more magical than Christmas and the excitement of getting presents from the elusive Santa Claus. He's a hard one to catch on Christmas Eve, with only a handful claiming that they've glimpsed the man in red at work.

However, before the big day, he can be seen making the rounds in various grottos and stables, meeting kids and listening to their Christmas wishes (just in case the letters get lost in the snow!).

One stop Santa is making on his rounds this year is to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, at Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, on the weekends of 15-16 December and 22-23 December, and we have a family pass for two adults and two children to give away to a lucky Santa-lover out there! (And who doesn't love Santa?)

Santa Claus isn't the only person you'll meet on this visit - you'll be introduced to Mrs Claus and help her make her special reindeer food (which you can keep to put out for Rudolf and his friends on Christmas Eve). You'll also meet Santa's famous little helpers, the elves, and there will be letter writing for those who have not yet posted their Santa letters.

When you're finished meeting Santa and his big, happy family, the little ones will get a pressie from the man himself, and the whole family can take a trip around the interactive museum (the price of this is included in the pass). You can take part in the Discover Trail map and find out loads of amazing Christmas facts from around the world.

It'll be a magical family Christmas day out. Check out their festive video to see what treats are in store.

To be in with a chance to win this, dare we say, EPIC Christmas treat, just answer the question below and fill out the form. So easy!

You can find the answer to the question in this article or else you can click right here and have a little search.

Brought to you by EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.