You know Santa’s Enchanted Forest is the world’s largest holiday theme park with over 100 rides, games, shows and attractions. But do you know how tall our Christmas tree is or when the park originally opened?
The anticipation and excitement of Opening Day is upon us and if you’ve already purchased a Season Pass online, then you’re ready to experience a SANTAS-tic Season of Holiday Fun! Here’s some helpful information before you head out to the park.
On your first visit this season, you will need to exchange your season pass ticket for a photo ID card before entering the park. There is no need to wait in the regular ticket lines – we have a separate area dedicated to season pass holders in order to expedite your entry. Before entering Santa’s Enchanted Forest through the front of the castle, make an immediate right and look for signs that say “Season Pass Photos.”
- Lights, music, action! Santa’s Enchanted Forest Kicks off its 34th season with its annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and NEW Christmas Tree Light Show Spectacular. Feel the spirit of the holiday season come alive as you delight in the lights and sounds of South Florida’s largest Christmas tree (90 ft. tall!).
34 reasons to own a Santa’s Enchanted Forest Season Pass
Tis the season to dive into holiday fun at Santa’s Enchanted Forest! Smile at the decorations and lights. Scream aboard thrilling carnival rides. Munch on delicious goodies. Repeat the joy with a season pass!
There’s so much to do at Santa’s Enchanted Forest that you can see and experience something new with every trip you take to the park. In honor of the World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park celebrating its 34th season, here is a countdown of 34 reasons to purchase your season pass.
Dinner and a movie is a date night staple, but why not mix it up a bit and try a new adventure? Whether you’re going on a first date, celebrating a special occasion or looking for a night out for just the two of you, Santa’s Enchanted Forest is a perfect choice. Stroll hand-in-hand past holiday displays, go for a ride on the Mega Drop and munch on fresh mini donuts together.
To add a bit more spice to the evening, share this list of five “tasks” with your significant other and have fun!
Thanksgiving conjures up images and aromas of a traditional feast with roasted turkey, ham, sweet potatoes, dressing, pumpkin pie and special family recipes. Yum! But if you’re planning to head to Santa’s this holiday weekend, don’t fill up on leftovers. There’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste buds!
Seriously. Make sure your device – whether a DSLR or your smart phone – is fully charged. Because from the moment you walk through the gates, you’ll be snapping pics right and left. Scenic photos of the brilliant displays of Christmas lights, posed pictures with your loved ones and the Grinch on a jet ski or candid shots of kids’ reactions to the excitement of that first merry-go-ride – the opportunities to capture memories are endless. You may even get a photo (or 20) that would be perfect for your Christmas card! Continue reading
- You know every word to the jingle. “Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Come to see the lights at the wonderful Santa’s Enchanted Forest …” Don’t stop now. Keep singing! You are known to hum the tune after hearing it on the radio or seeing a commercial on television (check out this ad from recent years!). You’ve even inspired a few sing-a-longs at work and at home.