The National Trust for Scotland’s Fyvie Castle will bring Christmas past to life for visitors this December.
The castle, which is cared for by the charity which conserves and promotes Scotland’s heritage, is welcoming Santa to its impressive Aberdeenshire castle on December 3 and 4.
With carol singing, roaring fires and tasty treats, there is lots of festive fun planned to help families grab Christmas by the antlers.
And on Saturday, December 3, Mischief La-Bas will perform Christmas Spirits, a modern take on the ghosts of A Christmas Carol.
Known for their creativity and humour, this is a delightful addition to the Christmas fun.
Then hear the historic halls filled with festive song on December 10, as Con Anima Chamber Choir perform a seasonal selection, complete with mince pies and mulled wine.
Advance booking is essential so visit www.nts.org.uk.