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Operation Santa’s Workshop is The Perfect Way For Vegas Kids to Meet Santa This Year

Adam Porsborg



After touring the new pop-up style Christmas experience, Operation Santa’s Workshop at Tivoli Village, I can honestly say it’s the perfect way for your Vegas kids to meet Santa this year.

Sure, you could take your kids to see Santa at a ton of different locations across the valley, and yes, they’ll probably be adequate for your family’s holiday needs. But if you’re the type of person or family looking for a truly unique and genuine Christmas experience this year, we highly suggest you consider putting this place on your list of holiday todos.

It does cost money, but this hour-long immersive Christmas experience with everything from hyper active elves to snowball fights, and cookie decorating with Mrs. Clause to meeting the big-man himself in a picture perfect room is totally worth it.

And besides the glittering decorations, sweet treats, and creative activities for the kids, the elves were completely and utterly delightful in every way and should be given some sort of elf award for their ability to work with kids and inspire the holiday spirit.

Times and ticket prices may very slightly depending on your situation but here are the general admission details:

Operation Santa’s Workshop General Admission Details

$34 per person Weekdays; Nov. 22, 25, 26, 27 & 29, Dec. 5, 6, 12 & 13

$39 per person Weekends/Peak; Nov. 23, 24, 30, Dec. 1, 7, 8, 14-24

18 months and younger are complimentary

Each paid child will receive:

  • Decorated Holiday Ornament
  • Magic Reindeer Food
  • Cookies and Cocoa with Mrs. Claus
  • Limited Edition 2019 Plush gifted by Santa

Family/Group will get:

  • To meet and take a photo with Santa
  • One (1) branded digital photo for social media sharing, not print quality resolution
  • Additional photo packages will be available for purchase

To learn more about the experience and other available packages, go to www.opsantasworkshop.com.

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