$17 for a Santa Photo Package and Drive-Through-Display Admission at Santa's Magical Kingdom in Eureka ($34 Value)

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Cars drive through 35-acre fantasyland of giant light displays before guests pose for pics with Santa & devour Mrs. Claus's cookies & cocoa

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Expires Dec 29th, 2011. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 11/22/11. Valid only for regular family vehicles. Valid Mon.-Thurs. only. Not valid on 12/19-12/22. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A picture with Santa gives future generations a glimpse of holidays past without the risk involved in producing homemade music videos of "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer." Capture holiday memories safely with today's Groupon: for $17, you get family admission and a Santa photo package at Santa's Magical Kingdom in Eureka (a $34 value). The Santa photo package includes:

  • One 5"x7" print
  • One 4"x6" print
  • Two wallet prints
  • Four mini portraits
  • Seven thumbnail-size prints

Filled with millions of dazzling lights, the 35-acre drive-through fantasyland at Santa's Magical Kingdom brings the North Pole to children, along with a chance to whisper wishes into Father Christmas's ear as cameras flash. The 4-story-tall doors to Santa's kingdom sweep open to admit slow-moving cars or turtle-drawn racing chariots into the holiday fantasyland. Eyes widen in wonder while taking in a 300-foot waterfall flowing from the clouds, the reindeer soaring above the quaint town of Elfland, the fancy footwork of the bulbs in the Tunnel of Dancing Lights, and the giant gingerbread bulldozers of Candyland. Kids are welcome to drop off letters to Santa in his North Pole mailbox before stepping out of cars and into Kringle's General Store.

Youthful believers outfitted in bright smiles climb onto Santa's lap as photographers snap vivid, waterproof memories that are copyright-free and ready to be reproduced for holiday-card mailings or magazine-cover submissions. Before and after pictures, little ones and adults can let imaginations run wild through shelves brimming with unique holiday toys, gifts, and décor. Every evening, Mrs. Claus passes out steaming mugs of spiced cider, hot cocoa, and fresh coffee to complement her chocolate-chip cookies, made from a secret recipe that's as coveted as the gold medal in the reindeer-games Olympics. Santa's Magical Kingdom opens every night at 5:30 p.m., from November 18, 2011, to January 8, 2012.

Santa's Magical Kingdom

Filled with millions of dazzling lights, the 35-acre drive-through fantasyland at Santa's Magical Kingdom brings the North Pole to children, along with a chance to whisper wishes into Father Christmas's ear as cameras flash. The 4-story-tall doors to Santa's kingdom sweep open to admit slow-moving cars or turtle-drawn racing chariots into the holiday fantasyland. Eyes widen in wonder while taking in a 300-foot waterfall flowing from the clouds, Santa's reindeer soaring overhead, the fancy footwork of the bulbs in the Tunnel of Dancing Lights, and the giant gingerbread bulldozers of Candyland. Kids are welcome to drop off letters to Santa in his North Pole mailbox before stepping out of cars and into Kringle's General Store.

Youthful believers outfitted in bright smiles climb onto Santa's lap as photographers snap vivid, waterproof memories that are copyright-free and ready to be reproduced for holiday-card mailings or magazine-cover submissions. Before and after pictures, little ones and adults can let imaginations run wild through shelves brimming with unique holiday toys, gifts, and décor. Every evening, Santa's elves bake fresh chocolate chip cookies and their special recipe hot chocolate along with other goodies available at the snack bar, made from a secret recipe that's as coveted as the gold medal in the reindeer-games Olympics. Santa's Magical Kingdom opens every night at 5:30 p.m., from November 14, 2014, to January 4, 2015.

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    Eureka

    5300 Fox Creek Rd.

    Eureka, Missouri 63025

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