We just got back from visiting Santa at his Orange County Wonderland, an experience we really enjoyed. We walked into Santa’s Wonderland and were immediately greeted with Santa’s Helper Elves. They guided us into the main room to give us a little information about this magical place.
First stop, Mischief Maze: My munchkins had so much fun running through the tree maze – over and over again.
Then we headed over to visit Santa. He was so friendly, my kids were naturally shy at first, but with yummy candy canes and a huge warm smile, Santa quickly won them over. My princess particularly loved the giant stuffed teddy bear she was standing next to. And Santa’s helper elves were quick to snap a picture of the kids’ special moment with St. Nick.
We wandered into Candy Cane Lane for refreshments like adorable Santa cookies, hot chocolate, coffee and cute little bags of “unassembled snowmen”.
The mail room, stocked and ready for visitors, was the perfect place for our little ones to write letters to Santa, letting him know if they were naughty or nice.
We headed upstairs for more activities like Reindeer Games, Cookie Decorating, Elf Academy, Elf Makeover Magic (a small fee), and their FANTASTIC Snow Room.
We toured Santa’s Wonderland for 2 hours, and amazingly, I think we missed a couple of the activities. Well, at least I did because I was visiting with some fellow blogging buddies. There is certainly lots to do, and many different rooms to explore in Santa’s Wonderland.
At the end of our wonderland experience, I asked my munchkins their favorite activities? Hands down, it was the snow room and spending time with Santa.
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* This is not a sponsored post. We were invited to Santa’s Wonderland Media Event to facilitate a review and share with our valued readers. All opinions are my own.*