Where and How to Visit Santa in 2020

Where’s Santa? He’s a very busy man at this time of year! Your Santa visit and photos with Santa will look different this year, but the man in red always makes time for little boys and girls. Here is where and how you can see Santa in 2020.

 

Updated for 2020: a Santa visit and photos with Santa will look different this year, and to keep everyone safe and healthy, many of our usual hosts are making changes to their Santa traditions. Be sure to read the details and call the location to confirm any questions you may have. 

The Santa Claus Experience

Santa doesn’t let a pandemic stop him from visiting all of the children in the world! We have a special experience for your kids to enjoy time with Santa. Children can sing along with Santa and Mrs Claus, listen to stories and sit on Santa’s virtual knee to let him know what they would like for the holidays!

Burlington Centre

Santa arrives at Burlington Centre on Saturday, November 21st at 11 am. No helicopter this year, but Santa is offering you in-person and virtual visits to help make sure everyone who has something important to tell Santa, gets to. In-person photos with Santa are available (at a cost) by reservation only and the new Virtual Santa Experience is available here.

Mapleview Centre

Mapleview Centre is working to bring you an exciting line-up of festive programming including Mini Portrait Sessions. Appointments will be by reservation only. Stay tuned for more details.

Mountsburg Conservation Area

Mountsberg has made some adjustments to their Christmas Town Experience for 2020 and instead of a lottery system, you can visit their booking site to reserve your family a time slot. Bring the family to enjoy a scavenger hunt through the woods and Santa’s magic village, hot chocolate and cookies, and a Christmas craft. Finish out the day with virtual Christmas storytime (Santa learned how to use Zoom!) inside Mrs. Claus’ cabin kitchen.

Limeridge Mall

Limeridge is helping Santa see kids virtually this year, more details to follow.

Oakville Place

Santa arrives at Oakville Place on Friday, November 27th at 11 am. No helicopter this year, but Santa is offering you in=person and virtual visits to help make sure everyone who has something important to tell Santa, gets to. In-person photos with Santa are available (at a cost) by reservation only and the new Virtual Santa Experience is available here.

Duran Place for Kids

Duran Place for Kids has a variety of ways to see Santa safely, and to take some DIY holiday photos.

As more Santa experience – in-person and virtual – are promoted we will be sure to add them right here.

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