For kids who are wishing to see Santa Claus, don’t miss out the opportunity to eat lunch with Santa at Silver Dollar City this holiday season.
Dining in Branson can be enjoyed best if you join a very special lunch with Santa. Lunch with Santa will take place at the Reunion Hall from November 10 to December 22 during Saturdays and Sundays. There will be more fun as children open special gifts and sing along with Santa’s friends. You can even have photo taken of your child with Santa himself. Tickets to this special event are $20 for adults and 16$ for children ages 11 and under. Children under 3 years of age are free.
The menu that you’ll enjoy when you eat lunch with Santa includes Mrs. Claus Christmas Chicken (Fried Chicken), Santa’s Helpers Mittens (Hand-Breaded Chicken Strips), Christmas Wrapped Presents (Mini Corn Dogs), Elves Happy Faces (Tater Tots), Golden Pasta (Mac and Cheese), Ribbons and Bells (Spaghetti and Sauce with Meatballs), Snow Drift (Mashed Potatoes and Gravy), Christmas Tree Pine Needles (Green Beans), Golden Reindeer Treats (Buttered Sweet Corn), Candle Sticks (Bread Sticks), Salad, Dessert, and Christmas Eve Treats for Santa. Below are some of the venues where you can see Santa this season.
The annual Old Time Christmas festival at Silver Dollar City is the first place to visit to see Santa. This festival is lauded by Good Morning America as a top spot to light up the holidays. You see Santa in his workshop on Santa Claus Lane from November 4 to December 23.
He will hear everyone’s holiday wishes. During the festival, Santa will make special lunch time appearances in the park on select weekend. You will also see Santa at The Polar Express attraction at Branson Scenic Railway from November 3 to December 23. You will be treated to hot cocoa and cookies.
Santa will also visit Promised Land Zoo’s Let There Be Lights. You’ll be fascinated with the two-mile LED drive-through display at Promised Land Zoo this Christmas season. The display will feature a living nativity scene, Santa’s real reindeer herd and an indoor Christmas shopping. You can have pictures with Santa. The display will be open from dusk to 11 pm from Nov. 3 to Dec. 31.
Santa can be seen also at Kringles Christmas Store in Branson and making his list and checking it twice. Kringle’s is the largest Christmas store in Branson. It has 9,000 square feet of holiday collectibles and decor. They have hundreds of Santa on display year-round.
You will also see Santa when he arrives at Branson Landing on Nov. 4 for the Most Wonderful Time of the Year Parade. He can be seen inside his 50-foot tree house until Christmas Eve. Don’t miss to bring your furry friends to meet Santa on these dates Dec. 7, 14 and 21.
If you want to experience the best dining in Branson this holiday season, visit Silver Dollar City and eat lunch with Santa at the Reunion Hall.