Guess who is coming to Phoenix metro for the most beautiful time of the year? Yes, it's me, Santa!
I know you were wondering if I am coming alone. How do I know? I just know, I am Santa after all!
Let me share a secret with you… I will bring my elves with me to create a special joyful time for you.
Now, this is the part where I really want you to pay attention. The best of all Christmas gifts are the memories you make so I am extending you an invitation to make some special memories this year.
I will take a picture with you to preserve the moment. Get cozy, I will read you a Christmas story. Elfville, my tiny village, will amaze you. I will share with you the secrets of the Santa's Surveillance Department. Team up with the elves in the Sleigh Loading Zone to load the Santa Sleigh for the big night. And since I am setting up my operation in the valley, you’ll have a chance to experience the Mail Room and write me a letter to let me know what you wish for.
Last but not least don’t forget to bring a camera to capture every memory you make.
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A hard working day is worth a good night’s sleep. And who doesn’t like to sleep in their own bed? So I convinced the elves to bring their tiny houses with them. Shh… some of the elves may be sleeping so make sure you are tippy-toeing around when you visit.
Be part of the team that prepares the Sleigh for the big departure on the most magical night of the year. What can be more fun? It takes teamwork to accomplish this and we could use your help. Else, you are on reindeer poop duty. We even have the right size shovel for you.
It is a fun, interactive and educational moment. Kids often wonder how does Santa know when they are naughty or nice. Well, Santa has a Surveillance Department.
The elf officer will show you the special surveillance elfquipment that the elves use. Do you want to be on the nice list? The elf will give you a few “tricks” on how to do that.
Capture great smiles in the professionally set up photo stations. The four stations have winter holidays themed backdrops, light diffusers, spot lights, and decorations for you to capture and share your own studio quality pictures.
When the little visitors start to get tired watching you having so much fun taking pictures, let them have their own fun in the snow playing area. I know Phoenix metro does not have a White Christmas, so I am bringing the kind of magic snow that does not melt, feels wet and cold to the touch, and it is fun enough to keep those great smiles going for you to capture.
Hear my advice … a photograph does not change even when the little ones in it do.
Children will be invited to enjoy circle time with Santa. He will read them a Christmas Story in a cozy ambiance. For the little ones that are a bit cautious to sit close to Santa we will let them decide when they are ready to come closer.
Write me a letter straight from my mail room. I love reading the letters I receive from you. And they are quite a few. I receive so many letters that sometimes I have to lose my beauty sleep and stay up late. Yes, it is hard work, but this is one of the moments I enjoy the most.
I will snap some dashing pictures with you for when your memories or mine will fade colors. A photograph captures a moment that flies away too fast, so freeze the moment and hold it forever. I will share the pictures with you electronically and since I am old school, I will also gift you a printed 8x10 one. No offense, but paper has more charm.
- Free one printed picture per family
- All pictures we capture are yours via email or text message
Note: A new tour starts every hour
Note: A new tour starts every hour
* Free admission for children age 12 months and younger with a paid ticket. Kids over 12 months and their accompanying adults are required a ticket per person.
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