By Lauren Ferrone
Published: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Take the little ones on this fun-filled activity trail at Santa’s Wonderland, which kicks off on 6 December, 2019. Just watch as all their Christmases come at once.
Stop 1: Take a selfie on a sleigh
Start the day by collecting your free show bag and filling it up with goodies along the Christmas Activity Trail. Your first stop will be on a magical sleigh – hop on, snap a picture to remember the moment and pop it in a Christmas card.
Stop 2: Dear Santa
Penning a letter to the big man in red is what childhood memories are all about. This activity station will give your little one a chance to tell Santa exactly what’s on their Christmas wish list. Make sure they seal it with a sprinkle of magical dust and post it in the mail box. Fingers crossed Santa receives it before 25 December.
Stop 3: Colourful Christmas
Is anyone really dreaming of a white Christmas? Instead, grab your free art sheet and add some colour to the holidays. Perhaps you can help make Rudolph’s nose even redder.
Stop 4: DIY decorations
The best gifts are the ones you create yourselves. Decorate a bauble to take home and wrap to give as a gift, or hang it on your tree for all to see.
Stop 5: Catch the Search for Santa show
This year, for the first time, Santa’s Wonderland is putting on the ultimate stage show. The Search for Santa show will take kids on a festive journey through the North Pole, in search of Santa, who’s inconveniently lost track of how many sleeps there are until Christmas.
The Search for Santa show includes iconic Christmas carols, dancing and festive silliness.
Stop 6: Stock up on reindeer food
Milk and cookies are customary treats for Santa on Christmas Eve, but what about his reindeer? Grab some magical reindeer food at Santa’s Wonderland for those hungry helpers.
Stop 7: Story time with Mrs Claus
‘Twas the night before Christmas… that’s how one of our favourite Christmas stories starts. This stop allows you to hear other festive tales told by Mrs Claus herself, so get cosy and take a break from all the adventure you’ve had so far.
Stop 8: Let loose at Candyland
Kids not tired yet? Candyland at Santa’s Wonderland may change that. Take a well-earned break and put your feet up as the youngsters let loose on colourful inflatable jumping castles and amusement rides. Don’t forget to snap some pictures by the big candy cane and gingerbread man – you won’t be able to miss them!
Stop 9: Fun in the Snow Dome
This is one of the coolest stops on the trail – literally. Here you can ice-skate or toboggan your way down the ice slide among cuddly polar bears, penguins and other arctic wildlife. Don’t forget to take a selfie with the family to capture all the fun.
Stop 10: Meet the Snow Queen
End your adventure on the trail in the snow dome for a selfie with the Ice Wonderland Snow Queen. Say cheese and see if your smile melts her icy heart.