A Kids’ Guide to Santa’s Workshop

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You've been begging your parents for a trip to Disneyland, but instead they surprise you with a trip to Santa's Workshop at the North Pole in Colorado Springs.  As it turns out, Santa

You've been begging your parents for a trip to Disneyland, but instead they surprise you with a trip to Santa's Workshop at the North Pole in Colorado Springs.  As it turns out, Santa is a great replacement for Mickey.  These are some suggestions of things you should consider:

 

Wear Tennis Shoes: There are a lot of hills to go up and down, so tennis shoes are your #1!

 

Bring Your Camera: Capturing the fun you are having on camera will be something great to look back on!

 

Bring Quarters: What would Santa be without his reindeer? You feed them by putting quarters into a reindeer food dispenser.  Now you can say you've fed Santa's reindeer!

 

Try Their Food: This isn't your average carnival food.  In fact, it's way better.  Their hand spun cotton candy is only $1.50, and over a foot and a half tall!  You can never go wrong eating at the North Pole!  They have an ice cream shop, quick snacks, and (my favorite) a popcorn cart!

 

As your last stop, be sure to pay a visit to Santa. He is always there, and always happy to see you!