The Premise: Wouldn’t it be great if on Christmas Eve, the parents, after hearing a noise wake up and quietly get the rest of the family up? They tip-toe through the house and then, from a secluded hiding place, they watch Santa put the presents under the tree, eat the cookies, drink the milk, read their Santa letters and anything else that is a tradition in their home.

A second option would be Santa is captured on your security system, or Mom and dad set up a video camera to catch Santa as he works.  Please call Santa to discuss which option you prefer and to make arrangements.

During Santa’s visit, 1-2 gifts for each child are placed in a bag outside the front entrance of the home. Each gift should have the child’s name, and 1-2 “good” things about that child, for example, “Bobby is so good at school” “Sarah is always helping her mother”. At least 15 minutes before Santa’s arrival, most of the lights should be turned off; the Christmas tree lights should remain on, and all of the children should be up in bed. Santa Claus will call a few minutes prior to his arrival… yes, yes this is the 21st Century and Santa has a cell phone. At the time of the call, the children should be awakened and led downstairs to find a place to hide so they can sneak a peek at Santa.

Santa will enter the front door, proceed to the Christmas tree, and slowly pull out each present, while saying, “I have to say, Bobby is so good at school. He deserves many gifts”. “Oh, and Sarah is always helping her mother”. Before leaving, Santa will say, “I’m sure I had more presents for Bobby and Sarah. I’ll bet those elves forgot to put them in my sack! I’ll have to stop back later tonight and leave more gifts!”

Your children will be awestruck, and I’m sure they will be good the rest of the year knowing Santa is really watching them. We encourage you to take photos and video the entire visit.

Sneak-a-Peeks occur from 10:00 PM until 5:30 AM December 25th

They are very limited so please contact us early to reserve your space. Premium Fee $300


Q. What do we have to do to arrange a “Sneak-a-Peek” visit?

A. The most important thing is to call early. These are very limited, and typically only last 15 minutes.  Make your choice video or wake the children, and we will advise you what we need for the perfect sneak a peek

Q. How old should my children be for a “Sneak-a-Peek”?

A. We recommend that the children are 5 or older. Younger children have more trouble staying awake and sometimes wake grumpy or crying.  We have had great reviews including a mom who said “My children already want to go back to school, to tell their friends.  They can’t stop talking about Santa”

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