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Santa Claus is Everywhere at the Disneyland Resort

Did you know that you can visit Santa Claus in sunny Southern California? It’s true! The Happiest place on earth just got merrier for children of all ages. When you visit for Holidays at the Disneyland Resort during, you can also see Santa. Your kids can sit on his lap and tell him what they want for Christmas. Disney California Adventure has a lovely set-up at Elias and Co. at the end of Buena Vista Street not to be missed. (*Great for Family Photos) You can also see him at Disneyland hanging out with Mrs. Claus at Jingle Jangle Jamboree. Maybe the most magical place to see him is floating down Main Street on his sleigh in the Christmas Fantasy Parade, one of our yearly favorites! But there’s more – there’s treats and gifts, ornaments and even another man in a red suit named Sandy Claws. You don’t want to miss out on any of the jolly old Saint Nick sightings at the Disneyland Resort this year! We recently got to interview the man of the hour on Buena Vista Street and he told us all about where to find him at the Disneyland Resort and about his favorite Christmas gift that he ever got. Watch the interview HERE.

Ho Ho Ho from the big guy himself and Disney Sisters!

 

 

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Image Source(s):  ©Disney Sisters, except for Santa Goofy and Santa Mickey photo credit, © DAPs Magic. Also Mr. and Mrs. Claus © Disney Parks.

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