It’s a Christmas miracle!
Get your Santa hats out now because Santa’s Enchanted Forest is coming back for the holiday season and it has found a new home!
Previously housed at Tropical Park, everyone’s favorite Christmas theme park recently announced it will be moving uptown to the historic Hialeah Park.
Established back in 1983 by the Shechtman family, Santa’s Enchanted Forest had lost its spot at Tropical Park just before the pandemic hit, but thankfully, it recently found its new home in Hialeah!
And although this year this holiday classic will be at a new location, guests will still be able to enjoy everything that makes Santa’s Enchanted Forest an absolute must when it comes to South Florida holiday traditions — We’re talking great carnival-style food, games galore, spectacular shows featuring acrobats and magicians, and more!
This year, Santa’s will be opening at Hialeah Park the first weekend of November with a big party on Thursday, November 4, and will remain open throughout the Holiday season until Sunday, January 2, 2022. The park will hold regular hours from 5 p.m. to midnight every day (note: the park may close at 1:30 a.m. on busy nights and weekends) and will be open during all holidays.
Tickets are already on sale on Santa’s Enchanted Forest’s website and they start at $37.38 per adult and $28.04 per child for a single day pass. Seasonal passes and special discounts are also available and all tickets include access to carnival rides, roller coasters, shows, light displays and parking.
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[Featured image: Facebook / Santa’s Enchanted Forrest ]