It's such an incredibly festive environment and I just absolutely love it! - J. Mcbryde
- OPENING WEEKEND
November 11th - 13th, 2022
VETERANS AND ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY ARE FREE!
Free General Admission Ticket with Valid ID
Must have Military ID
(Offer does not include family)
Museum of the American GI Benefit
**This free offer does not include the family, but please see our online tickets for a savings on general admission tickets that family and friends may use during our Military Appreciation Weekend!**
**Offer is for General Admission Ticket Only**
SENSORY FRIENDLY NIGHTS
December 5th - 4:00PM - 7:00PM
During these nights, Santa's Wonderland will do the following between 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM.
Open 2 Hours early for those individuals that need sensory-friendly accommodations.
These two hours will allow for lower capacity and reduction of crowds throughout the park.
Reduce music and sound levels throughout the park.
Add the ability to make reservations at select areas to avoid wait times.
Add seating around line queues.
Staffing interpreters throughout the park.
Please note - Music and Sound levels will return to "normal" at 7:00 PM each night. Beyond the changes mentioned above, Santa's Wonderland will operate as usual. A General Admission Ticket is required for admission into the park.
Cocoa for a Cause
On special weekends throughout the season, when you purchase a hot cocoa you help support our signature charity partners! A portion of all hot cocoa proceeds will go directly to them to support their good work to help make the world a better place!
Mending Hearts Grief Center - November 27th
The MHGC was established to help children and families grieving the death of a loved one. In a culture that does not talk about grief and bereavement, and in a world that doesn’t “get it,” we do. The Mending Hearts Grief Center is here in the Brazos Valley area to provide grief support programs for children through young adulthood. We believe that each person’s journey through grief is unique and therefore deserving of a distinctive approach to healing.
Brazos Valley First Responders - November 28th - 30th
The Brazos Valley First Responders association is comprised of a Board with members from Brazos County law enforcement agencies as well as members of the fire service from Bryan and College Station Fire Departments. The association's primary fundraising event is an annual cookoff that is open to firefighters and law enforcement officers from the area.
Scotty’s House - December 3rd
Scotty's House is a non-profit Child Advocacy Center (CAC) serving seven counties in the Brazos Valley: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson, and Washington. The Scotty's House team collaborates with Child Protective Services (CPS) and law enforcement officials on every case, and our compassionate and collaborative approach is key to providing victims of child abuse and/or neglect with safety, healing, and justice.
Long Way Home Adoptables– December 11th
Long Way Home Adoptables is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization saving animals regardless of age, health, or species. Some may be healthy pets in an over-capacity shelter, some may need serious veterinary care, some are pregnant, and others may be cruelty or hoarding cases.
Lone Star Santa’s- December 24th
Lone Star Santas is the largest Regional/Statewide Santa organization in the world. We are 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of men and women who live in or work in and around Texas, and portray Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, Elves, and Helpers. Additionally, we also do important disaster relief year-round.