The most famous VIP of all is ready to set up his grotto at Milton Keynes Museum once again this Christmas.
Museum director Bill Griffiths said: “We are over the moon that Father Christmas has once again chosen to park up his sleigh at the Museum and will spend time with us during his busiest period.
“He loves it here and knows that it's a family friendly place where happy memories are made. When he called from the North Pole to ask if we could stay with us again this year, we were absolutely thrilled!”
Children will be able to meet and get a gift from Father Christmas himself this year when visiting on the first three weekends of December.
The festive feeling will begin as soon as visitors arrive in the old farmhouse, which will be hosting its Victorian Christmas event.
Step inside the parlour and enjoy a glass of mulled wine or squash while you warm yourselves by the roar of the real fire.
It's the season to be jolly so sing like it is with a carol session before stepping into a bygone time in the Museum's Street of Shops where it will definitely snow during your visit.
Finally, families will make their way to the new gallery and that magical meeting with Father Christmas in his grotto.
“This is your chance to enjoy a traditional Victorian Christmas with lots of charm and the Museum is one place where you are guaranteed to get snow in Milton Keynes in December!” Bill added.
“We want everyone to have a fabulously festive time with us, and will once again be running 'quiet hours' too. Forget the seasonal stresses and come along for some guaranteed festive fun."
Entry is priced at £9 per child and booking is essential.
Museum admission tickets must be bought with tickets to see Santa if visitors do not already have a valid re-entry ticket.
You can find out more about tickets here.