Thinking about visiting Busch Gardens this season but, not sure if it would be fun for the kids?
I took my 6-month-old son, Braden and we had a blast! We made it down there twice this month for twice the fun. There is so much to see and do. He looked so cute in his snowsuit! Your little one will love looking at one of the largest Christmas light displays in North America containing 10 million + lights across the park. You will love seeing the dazzle in their eyes.
Make your way around the park to enjoy shopping and holiday entertainment that brings the holiday spirit to life. Throughout the night meet your favorite characters and get a bite to eat with lots of festive treats. Plus they have the best hot chocolate around. Take home your Christmas Sesame Street favorites for you and your little ones!
Sesame Street Forest Of Fun -
Watch as your favorite Sesame Street Characters put on their holiday show, Elmo's Christmas Wish. Learn how to sing Christmas songs in Spanish.
Photoshoot! Go behind the scenes after the show. Meet your special friends for holiday selfie. Braden loves Cookie Monster. They played peek-a-boo with each other before it was time to pose.
Step right up. Step right up. Win your own very best friend at any game. Braden played his very first game and won a holiday turtle. More games and prizes are located around the park.
Holiday Hills -
Meet Rudolph and his friends at Rudolph's Winter Wonderland. Take pictures with the whole family and pick up your perfect photo with Photokey. Buy yours at any photokey location or online.
Find your way through the new Tradition's Tree Maze. As you go around each turn lays a station to teach you about how other countries celebrate their traditions.
Have you been good or bad this year? Meet Santa and tell him all your wishes that you want under your tree on Christmas morning.
New France -
All aboard the Christmas Town Express. Take a trip around the park to see over 2 million lights with multiple different scenes of the holidays. Stroller parking is available outside of Invadr'.
The North Pole -
Watch as virtual gingerbread men come to life on the Wilkommenhaus with the project mapping experience. While you are waiting, go inside to enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and cookies.
For an extra cost dine at Santa's Fireside Feast. Listen to a classic Christmas story from Santa as you enjoy an all-you-care-to-eat meal cooked from the elves on a visit from the North Pole.
Find beautiful Clydesdales at the Highland Stables.
More Information -
Where? 1 Busch Gardens Boulevard, Williamsburg, VA 23185
When? Select dates starting November 16, 2019, until January 5, 2020
Prices? Tickets starting at $34.99
Dinner + Christmas Story With Santa Prices? Ages 3-9 $22 & Ages 10+ $36
Contact? (757) 229-4386
Website? Click the photo below to open the webpage.
*** Britt's Creative Crafts was not paid to sponsor or write a review. We were however invited to enjoy the opening night at Busch Gardens, Christmas Town with free entry. All of our articles are always wrote from our own non-biased opinion. All photos are property of Britt's Creative Crafts. ***