Dear Santa... can I stay here on Museum's great trail?

Oxford Mail: From left, William O’Brien, Alice Tabor, James O’Brien, Heather O’Brien, Thomas Tabor posting their letters to Santa at the Pitt Rivers Museum Buy this photo » From left, William O’Brien, Alice Tabor, James O’Brien, Heather O’Brien, Thomas Tabor posting their letters to Santa at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Thomas Tabor enjoyed an Oxford museum’s Letters from Santa trail so much that he did not want to leave.

The five-year-old from London visited the Pitt Rivers Museum on Saturday with relatives who live in Oxford.

The museum in South Parks Road has a trail of questions around the museum from Santa that encourage children to look at the displays.

And they get to write a postcard to Father Christmas at the end of the trail.

When asked what other mode of transport Santa could use on Christmas Eve, Thomas said: “I think that a horse and cart would be too slow to deliver presents.”

Of the exhibition, he added: “I really enjoyed it.”

Thomas’s mum Tiki Tabor, 40, said: “The children thought it was fantastic, they thoroughly enjoyed it – they were very keen to stay.”

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