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Where to Visit Santa in Denver


With the holiday season upon us, there are many places in Denver to take your little ones to meet Santa. Here are some of our favorites:

Bass Pro Shop – Now through December 24 get a free photo with Santa at Santa’s Wonderland. They also have free games, crafts, and activities for the kids.

Union Station – Every Sunday leading up to Christmas week, you can visit with Santa in the beautifully decorated Union Station in downtown Denver. There is no cost and you can take your own photos. And a bonus, there are bars and restaurants on site you can make an afternoon of it!

Cherry Creek Mall – Now through December 24 visit a winter wonderland at the spectacular holiday Ice Palace. Featuring a 30-foot ice dome with falling snow, a light show and interactive fun for all ages. The icy adventure ends with a visit to Santa and a special gift.

Park Meadows Mall – Now through December 24 Santa will be in the Vistas Court. Bring your little ones to share their holiday wish list, and get your annual Santa photos. Enter the Most Memorable Photo with Santa Contest!

Larmier Square – Santa parks his sleigh at the Lincoln Hall Lobby at 1415 Larimer St beginning Saturday November 30th, and then every weekend in December. Santa is available for visits every Saturday from 10AM to 6PM and every Sunday from 12PM to 6PM, as well as from 11AM to 3PM on Christmas Eve. Visits are FREE and open to the public.

Flatiron Crossing – Now through December 24 Santa’s Holiday Home is located between Helzberg Diamonds and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory at the base of the Grand Staircase. Santa will be available for photos during most shopping center hours.

Downtown Aquarium – Have breakfast with Santa. Get your picture taken with Santa and see him swim with the fish.

The Brown Palace – On select days in December have breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus.  This family favorite includes an elf-sized buffet, complimentary photo, and music from the North Pole. Open to the public. Reservations are required.

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1 Comment

  1. Meagan Elizabeth
    December 27, 2016 @ 11:08 am

    At Park Meadows Mall, we were told that we could not take photos of our children but could, instead, purchase an overpriced photo package. Pretty tacky, Park Meadows. If a parent wants to use their iphone to take a photo of THEIR child on a mall Santa’s lap, we should clearly be allowed to do just that. Millions of dollars are spent in your mall at Christmas, maybe you could spring for the cost of your mall Santa, rather than subsidizing it with ridiculous rules and overpriced photo prices.


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