Have A Special Lunch With Santa


When you’re a kid, everyone is a celebrity. People on TV, people on the news, a local singer, even high schoolers are viewed as famous in the eyes of a five-year-old. There’s no one quite as famous, though, as the loving characters associated with the holidays. Now your child has the chance to have lunch with one of the most famous characters of all; Santa Claus! Keep reading to find out how you can surprise your kid with a lunch date with the jolly ole fellow himself!

Lunch Details

This hour-long magic train ride with Santa Claus will take place at Monticello Railway Museum Wabash Depot on December 8 from 11:15 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. Kids ages two and older will need a ticket, and that ticket will provide a sack lunch to enjoy. The food served will be a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, chips, cookies, and a drink. Cheese sandwiches can be substituted if there are allergies.

While you’re on the train, Santa will come and visit with everyone individually! Enjoy your personalized time with Santa, and be sure to tell him what you’re wanting for Christmas! Your child will also have their picture taken with Santa, and a digital copy will be given to those who attended.

Merry And Bright

We know your little ones will be both merry AND bright when they have the chance to eat a meal with the man, the myth, the legend! You will make all of your child’s Christmas dreams come true when they’re able to meet Santa, and tell him exactly what they want under the tree face to face.

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Head To The North Pole

Don’t let the adventure end with lunch, though. If you need a reliable ride to get you and the kids to the North Pole this Christmas season, stop by our dealership and pick out the perfect ride for everyone! We can’t wait to show you our incredible inventory of new and used vehicles. We think you’ll be totally impressed ⁠— the little ones, too!

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