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FAQ for Breakfast with Santa

Here are some frequently asked questions about Breakfast with Santa

  1. Each and every person, regardless of age, has to have a ticket to get in. Even if you do not plan on eating, you still have to have a ticket to attend the event.
  2. Breakfast will be pancakes, maple syrup, butter, scrambled eggs, biscuits, sausage, bacon, juice, and coffee (for adults). Please note that there could possibly be allergens in these items. These allergens could include but are not limited to: wheat, soy, milk, nut products, eggs, pork, citrus, apples. Please consider this when purchasing tickets.
  3. Tickets may be purchased on Eventbrite or on our website. To get tickets on our website go to Buy Tickets, scroll down to special events, pick which breakfast time you want to attend 8 a.m., 9 a.m., or 10 a.m. choose the number of tickets you need
  4. Each child will be allowed to have their picture made with Santa. If parents chose to have two or more children in the picture, then only one picture will be taken. There will not be multiple pictures taken for one family.
  5. Each child will receive a goodie bag. Adults will not receive a goodie bag.
  6. Parents have the option/responsibility to allow their child to have their face painted or balloon animals made. The museum does not assume any responsibility for these additional free aspects of the day.
  7. There will be dogs present at the event. The dogs are all Dalmatians. All of them are therapy dogs. They are accustomed to being around children. However, if you or your child poses any danger or aggravates the dogs in any way, you will be asked to leave immediately.
  8. Santa will only be arriving for the 8 a.m. breakfast seating. He will already be at the museum when those choosing to come at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. arrive.
Article written by Kimberly Crafton


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