There’s tons to do in Dallas and Fort Worth during the holidays. One of our mamachallenge favorites is indoor fun for everyone at the Christmas at the Hilton Anatole. Thanks to the Anatole for the opportunity to experience this holiday spectacular!
Our family enjoys our staycations at the Hilton Anatole and when we went we loved Sparkle! at the Anatole. This year we are excited to visit Geppetto’s Marionette Theater featuring Winter Wonderland again. The hotel lights up with lots of fun and with other fun at activities for their Christmas at the Anatole!
Breakfast with Santa (and Mrs. Claus) is a big way to make Christmas magic. This special morning includes a big delicious breakfast buffet, storytelling with Santa Claus, fun on the Santa slides, gingerbread cookie decorating in the Gingerbread House, parking and a super scavenger hung with face painting, hot cocoa station and more. Breakfast with Santa is open to both hotel guests and the public, but seating is limited for purchasing the tickets without a hotel package.
Starting at $189, the Breakfast with Santa Package includes:
- Guest room
- Breakfast With Santa for up to two adults & two kids at 9 AM
- Christmas At The Anatole Weekend Activities
- Holiday movie night at 7:30pm on day of arrival with kids popcorn bar
- Gift bag per child given at breakfast with Santa
- Breakfast With Santa Experience (Activities Include: breakfast with Santa, holiday scavenger hunt, face painting, Gingerbread Bakeshop cookie-making, stories at Rudolph’s Reindeer Barn, Snapshack photo opps, letters to Santa and more!)
*Photos with Santa are available from 11am – 1pm. Photo packages start from $25 and can be paid for directly to the photographer.
*Late checkout at 2 p.m. is included.
After you filled your belly and Santa has checked your list (twice), pair your morning with an afternoon adventure to Geppetto’s Marionette Theater featuring a Winter Wonderland. More than 60 hand-carved marionettes will take you on a magical experience as you meet the Winter Wizard, North Pole dancing elves and other toys from Santa’s workshop. My 4 year old and 7 year old love the theatre and I love seeing their faces light it when “it begins to snow.” Get your tickets for the show times in advance here.
There are only a few more weeks left for Christmas at the Anatole activities, so make sure you buy your tickets today!