The Amman Valley Christmas Experience
- Open daily from December 3rd to January the 2nd. 12pm to 10pm (opening 3pm – 10pm on school days). Not open Christmas Day.
- Santa’s Grotto open from 12pm – 7pm every day (apart from school days where it will be open from 3pm – 7pm)
- Anna & Elsa appearance and photos in the Frozen Forest, @ approximately 4:30pm -6:30pm every day
- Princess on the skating rink, @approximately 5pm – 7pm every day
- Live entertainment in the Stag’s Bar every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening.
Come and join us in the biggest Christmas event that the Amman Valley has ever seen.
This is going to be a magical Christmas experience for all the family to enjoy. There will be a Skating Rink, Santa’s Grotto, a Magical Princess Forest, Fun Fair, Festive Food and a spectacular undercover bar and entertainment area. This is an event you will not want to miss.
The entry is free, but attractions are payable and some will require booking to avoid disappointment.
We are delighted that the profits for this Christmas Experience will be generously donated to Joseph’s campaign for further treatment abroad. By coming to this experience, you will not only have a magical day out, but you will also be helping Joseph’s fight against cancer.
Further details will soon be released on this website and on: https://ammanvalleychristmasexperience.co.uk/
The Amman Valley Christmas Experience can be found at Studt’s fairground in the village of Brynamman. This is in the Carmarthenshire county in South Wales at Station Road, Brynamman. SA18 1SH.
Brynamman is beautiful village on the edge of the Black Mountain and it’s an area that you must visit. Please see below the other attractions in the Brynamman area that you could also visit during your Amman Valley Christmas Experience.
Make your Christmas Experience magical this Year, by visiting us in the village of Brynamman.
Can you help with volunteering at the event?
Things to do in Brynamman
Brynamman is a village on the south side of the Black Mountain, part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The village is split into Upper Brynamman and Lower Brynamman by the River Amman, which is also the boundary between the counties of Carmarthenshire and Neath Port Talbot.
The Amman Valley Christmas Experience can be found at Stud’ts fairground at the bottom of station road. The fairground has been part of the community for many generations and the village is excited to see it come back to life again this Christmas.
Come and make a day out of it! Come to the Amman Valley Christmas Experience and spend the day taking in the magical Christmas delights and entertainment, then why not extend your visit by visiting some of the other attractions that the village of Brynamman can offer.
Black Mountain National Park
The Black mountain overlooks the village of Brynamman and it’s a sight you wouldn’t want to miss. Stars of Top Gear love the thrilling A4069, one of Wales’ most scenic driving routes. The surroundings are otherworldly, with wild ponies dotting the sparse landscape, lime quarries and the road winds and twists excitingly – visit at sunset for maximum wow factor.
A jewel of the village, Brynamman cinema is a charity public hall run by volunteers in the community, for the community. The cinema has 2 state of the art screens offering the latest movie releases. But what’s even more special is the impressive 1290’s art deco style auditorium, it’s a large space that oozes style and elegance and adds the spectacular movie experience. https://www.brynammancinema.org/
The Black Mountain Centre
The Black Mountain Centre is so much more than just a Community Centre. At the heart of the local community the Centre is a one-stop shop for the residents of Brynaman and the surrounding area. Explore the website to see the many facilities that the centre has to offer. https://www.black-mountain.org.uk/