Our list of Santas in Cincinnati is sponsored by Broadway in Cincinnati’s upcoming show – Aladdin!
Visit Santa at these Cincinnati locations:
Holiday Junction Featuring Brickopolis at Cincinnati Museum Center; you can take your own pics, admission fees apply
SantaLand at Sharon Woods (part of Holiday in Lights); admission fees apply
Macy’s (downtown): Bring your own camera for photos with downtown’s only Santa in a festive North Pole setting. Limited hours and days – see site for details.
Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo; admission fees apply; Get your photo with Santa at the North Pole Village; Santa will be available for visits starting at 4 p.m., an hour before the rest of the festivities begin.
Bass Pro Shop: Free picture, free crafts, and games at select times (see schedule here). A Bass Pass is required and provides a time slot to see Santa, allowing you to explore Santa’s Wonderland or shop the store while waiting in a virtual line. (Bass Passes are limited and go quickly each day). Other photo packages and Christmas cards available for purchase and instant print at the store!
Scuba Santa at Newport Aquarium; admission fees apply
Santa’s Workshop at Washington Park, Saturdays in December, 1-3pm
Santa Skates at the Fountain Square Ice Rink; Saturdays and Sundays during December; noon-1pm; admission fees apply
Entertrainment Junction (their site is not clear about costs, call them for details before visiting); admission fees apply
Winter Wonderland at Big Tree Plantation (tree farm): Open 7 Dates Only; 11/24, 11/25, 11/26, 12/2, 12/3, 12/9, 12/10; 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Winterfest at Kings Island: admission fees apply
Santa at Shopping Centers:
Liberty Center: Head to the Santa set by the fireplace in the Living Room and get your Santa photos today! Get a 5×7 photo for only $5 or take a photo on your phone for free! Reservations available online.
Kenwood Towne Centre, reservations available online.
Florence Mall, reservations available online.
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