The holidays are upon us - and with that comes a season of fun. Bundle up and enjoy the festive lights, family friendly activities, music and Santa! Whether your little one wants to write a letter, sit on his lap, or share a meal - below is a guide to help navigate your family's visit with Santa this holiday season...
Dinner With Santa At Conner Prairie
December 18-19, your family can enjoy a delicious dinner fun activities with Santa at Conner Prairie.
If your family is more of a morning group, don't fret - Conner Prairie also has a breakfast option!
Santa Photo Experience
No holiday season is complete without a photo opp with the big guy. Everyday through Christmas Eve, find Santa in his special hour, located near Dick's Sporting Goods in Clay Terrace.
Santa is waiting
Now until Christmas Eve, kiddos are invited to give their wish list and have a photo taken with Santa at Hamilton Town Center in Noblesville.
My kiddos have always had a fear of Santa, so getting a photo with him has been difficult. If your littles still want to talk with Mr. Claus, but they want to do it safely from their own home - have them send a letter to Santa's Mailbox now through December 20! Stop into Art Splash Gallery to drop off your letter to ensure that Santa receives it.
Breakfast With Santa
Oak Hill Mansion in Carmel invites kids of all ages from one to ninety-nine to enjoy a special day with Santa. The mornings of December 12 and 19, sing-a-long with Santa to some of his favorite holiday songs, and indulge in a hot breakfast buffet that includes eggs, french toast sticks, sausage, bacon, cottage fries, fresh fruit and pastries or the lunch buffet. A meeting and picture with Santa are included for each child.
Take Santa Home Train
Ride Santa's Train Home from the Fishers train station to the North Pole at ITM in Noblesville's Forest Park. Ask Santa questions, enjoy his company, and say goodbye before he returns to the North Pole. Then return on the scenic trip to Fishers. Also, you will get one last gift from Santa.
For more details on these festive events, and more, visit the online calendar at VisitHamiltonCounty.com. Happy Holidays!