Thank you and Merry Christmas!

Thank you so much for your support and for making Winterfest a part of your family’s traditions.

We had such a wonderful time sharing the season with all of you this year!

We'll announce our plans for 2022 on July 1, so sign up for our newsletter and follow us on social media to make sure you find out first

Pensacola Winterfest is a Family Favorite

 

Catch our Free Preshows Every Night

Sing and dance along with your favorite characters as we kick off each tour! Preshows are free and open to the public - there's something happening every few minutes at the Winterfest plaza at Government and Palafox

 

Special Hotel Discounts for Winterfest Guests

Stay at our partner hotels for great comfort and better deals!

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Find Your Spirits on Christmas Week

Scrooge and Tiny Tim return for a special tour from December 21-24 featuring ghosts and good cheer


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Lassiez Les Bon Temps Roulez

Enjoy an expanded Cajun Christmas party with gator karaoke and more!

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A Journey into Wonder

Join the Conductor for a magical journey to a life-size steam engine! Share in the adventure as the Conductor recounts the story of the boy who received the first gift of Christmas…


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Catch a Ride on the Grinch's "Best" Trolley

A certain surly sneak with a grizzly green grimace has built himself a trolley. Whatever his intentions, it's sure to lead to an avalanche of adventure.

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Family Photos with Santa and the Grinch

Santa would love to visit with you in his sleigh! Reservations are sold out for 2021, but we may have a few walk-up seats available if you are attending Winterfest for another event. Stop by the photos table to ask and we'll do our best to accommodate.

 
 

The Magic of Pensacola Winterfest

The moment you enter Plaza Wonderland on Palafox Place, the snow begins to fall. A cup of hot chocolate and the sound of a trolley bell brings back memories of the Polar Express. The conductor calls your name: All aboard for the most wonderful journey you'll take this Christmas season. Take a 25 minute ride aboard our mini-train through the lights, snow, and magical scenery of Winterfest!

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Awards!

Make the most out of your visit by winning as many of our awards as possible

🏅 Polar Express Award

Win train tickets by having the best pajamas or pajama family set on your tour! Only one family will win the prize. Be sure to dress warm and cozy for our open-air tram. Everyone who takes this tour will receive the first gift of Christmas, a bell from Santa's sleigh!

🏅 Grinch Award

Win train tickets by dressing in your Who best! Most Suessian looking Who on each tour will win — every Who dressed up in the winning party will win a train ticket!

🏅 Cajun Christmas Awards

Win a crawfish necklace for completing the crawfish scavenger hunt! Beat a gator in a wrasslin' competition to win a certificate!

🏅 Santa Award

Earn train tickets from Santa when you bring him homemade cookies complete with a copy of the recipe used to make it! Every cookie recipe will be logged in Mrs Claus' recipe book, but only the best cookie of each week will be posted on social media with Santa's own explanation of what made this cookie the best!

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Still have questions? Ask the Chief Elf! You can email us, call us, or text us at 850-583-1365 between the hours of 10am and 5pm central time. If the elves are busy, please leave a message and we will return your call.

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