- More than 100 rides & attractions
- Tallest Christmas tree in South Florida
- Festive lights & holiday shows
About This Deal
Today's side deal gets you admission to Santa's Enchanted Forest on Southwest 40th Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get one adult ticket (a $26 value, including tax).
- For $9, you get one child's (ages 2-9) ticket (an $18 value, including tax).
Visitors can save themselves the hassles of North Pole travel and visit Santa's regional headquarters, which boast more than 100 rides and attractions, including bumper cars, a magnificent Ferris wheel, and a panoply of coif-rustling rollycoasters. Bask in the cheerful glow of dazzling Christmas lights and cheer on acrobats, magicians, and a host of other delightful holiday performers. Before departing, take measurements of South Florida's tallest Christmas tree and blast a hole in your roof to make way for next year's biggest.
The Miami New Times recommends Santa's Enchanted Forest, and TripAdvisors give it 4.5 owl eyes overall. Yahoo! Travelers give the attraction four stars, five Citysearchers give it 4.5, and Yelpers give three.
- “Let’s go to Santa’s” is still a rallying cry across Dade for amazing pizza, nooky on the Ferris wheel, and screaming through the thrill rides. Whether you’re there with a church group, your girlfriend, or her girlfriend, you’re bound to have a good time. – Miami New Times
- No matter the occasion, the attractions, shows, and food never cease to amaze me. – g8torbait, TripAdvisor
Need To Know
About Santa's Enchanted Forest
Giant toy soldiers clothed in thousands of colored lights wave at passersby as glowing reindeer take off into the dusk. Towering Christmas trees topped with stars glimmer and glisten with blue and green fiber optics. At Santa's Enchanted Forest, one of the world’s largest Christmas-themed amusement parks, holiday spirit and festive music fill the air long before the end of December. Visitors laugh and shriek on a multitude of carnival rides, including whirling swings, bumper cars, tower drops, and roller coasters, whipping through the air until their cheeks are as rosy as old Saint Nick’s. Traditional carnival games are also on hand, such as dart tosses and soccer-ball kicks, to complement more unconventional carnival amusements such as giant plastic balls to roll around in and a rock-climbing wall to scale. Wee visitors, meanwhile, can make the acquaintance of small livestock in a petting zoo or draw a portrait of their favorite goat in royal costume on a wall-size coloring-book mural. Carnival food, such as barbecue, pizza, and cinnamon donuts, fuels guests as they conquer rides or take in the Cats of the World Tiger Show, the Cirque Equinox, or the Sea Lion Splash Spectacular.