The presents have been opened, you've eaten too much chocolate and can't face another turkey sandwich - so why not get out and about in West Yorkshire?
Here's seven ideas for some family fun before it's back to school in the New Year, from bracing winter walks to museum fun and even a kid's New Year's Eve party!
2017 is just around the corner - so make the most of the final days of 2016 with some fun days out.
Here's some family friendly things to do in Huddersfield and beyond this week:
Hade Edge Playgroup New Year's Eve Party
Hade Edge Playgroup is helping youngsters see in 2017 with a kid’s disco.
The party, from 4pm-7pm on New Year’s Eve, will have a children’s entertainer/DJ, hot dogs and soft drinks (plus wine for the adults), cakes, party games, and fireworks at 6.15pm.
It will be held at the Hade Edge AFC hut, Snittle Road, Hade Edge, HD9 2AW.
Tickets cost £5 -call Carolyne on 07765225100 or 01484 766217.
Spectacular Specs at the National Media Museum
Head to the National Media Museum for some eye-opening family fun.
The museum, in Bradford, is hosting free Spectacular Specs workshops, aimed to transform your sight and explore the world in fantastic colour.
Families can make and wear some super spectacles to reveal hidden rainbows!
The craft sessions will run 10am-4pm from today until Friday, 10am-3pm on New Year’s Eve, 12pm-4pm on New Year’s Day and 10am-4pm on January 2.
Christmas Pantomime Trail at Bolton Abbey
Blow away the Christmas cobwebs with a walk around Bolton Abbey’s Christmas Pantomime Trail.
The trail through Strid Wood features scenes and characters from much loved pantomimes.
Parking is available in the Riverside car park and path winds from the Cavendish Pavilion to the Strid and back. Suitable for pushchairs and dogs welcome on leads.
The trail runs until January 2. The trail is free but the Bolton Abbey usual admission fee applies.
CBeebies Screening at City Park, Bradford
Enjoy a sneek peek at an all-new CBeebies show at a special screening.
The Teacup Travel show, not due on air until January, and the premiere of Postman Pat: Space, will be shown at City Park in Bradford on Wednesday at 10am.
Visitors can hit the red carpet then enjoy the new show - and more - in the temperature controlled ‘movie mobile’.
Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/date/red_carpet_bradford_bbcone to request tickets.
Last chance to see the Magical Lantern Festival
There’s still time to catch the Magical Lantern Festival at Roundhay Park.
The colourful festival, which has taken of 10 acres of the Leeds park with 30 giant sculptures, will end on January 2.
Tickets are priced at £12.50 for adults, £10.50 concessions, £8.50 children and £38 for a family ticket.
For more information and to book tickets, visit www.magicallantern.uk .
Walk along the Wessenden Valley
Wrap up warm and head out to one of Huddersfield’s beauty spots for a family walk.
The National Trust’s Wessenden Valley Walk starts in Marsden on Station Road and goes up Binn Road to reach the Wessenden Valley track.
It takes in four reservoirs, ending with Wessenden Head - then retrace your steps back to Marsden.
For more walk routes, visit examiner.co.uk
Snow Day at Eureka
We may not have had a white Christmas - but there’s still time to enjoy a snow day at Eureka!
The children’s museum, in Halifax, is hosting an interactive show exploring all the fun of the winter season.
Meet Billie and follow him as he explores snow for the first time and meets a special new friend.
The show is included in standard admission and runs daily until January 2.