Bluffs Winter Wonderland



Starting November 27 through to December 20, Bluffs Winter Wonderland drive-thru experience will bring holiday cheer to all, as visitors will get a chance to have a meet & greet with Santa! As you drive along a 1KM decorated path inside the Bluffer’s Park west parking lot (1 Brimley Road South, Toronto), you will wind through and around the base of the Scarborough Bluffs and will pass by Reindeer Way, Snowman City, The Enchanted Forest and end at Santa’s House. Kids and families will have the opportunity to stop their vehicle outside Santa’s house to take pictures & videos from the safety of their vehicle, receive a personalized season greeting from Santa Claus and leave a letter for Santa in his mailbox, which will be answered a couple weeks after your visit.

Bluffs Winter Wonderland attendees will register for a vehicle pass online, which will provide them with a timed entry. All vehicle entry tickets will be a flat fee of $25 regardless of the number of people in the vehicle or day of entry that is selected. The vehicle pass can either be printed or saved on a smart phone and scanned by the Box Office staff upon arrival at the site. To ensure the health and safety of both staff and attendees, all vehicles will be instructed to approach the Box Office with their windows rolled up, so that tickets can be scanned safely. The entire event is contact-free.

Once vehicles have entered the site, signage will direct the vehicle participants to turn to a dedicated FM radio station, where they will get to hear a preprogrammed holiday playlist from the comfort and warmth of their vehicle. As each group of participants traverse the festival site, they will encounter over 50,000 lights, a light tunnel, a hundred lit Christmas trees, Santa’s Reindeers, dancing light shows, Snowmen, Nutcrackers, Santa’s Sleigh and finally Santa Claus!

Since this event is a safe & socially distanced event, kids and families won’t have an opportunity to sit on Santa’s lap and let him know what they would like for Christmas this year. Instead, participants can write a letter to Santa and drop it off in his mailbox. Everyone who writes a letter will get a letter back from Santa a week or two after their visit to the festival site.

The event is hosted by the Toronto Beaches Lions Club who have produced the Beaches Easter Parade for more than 50 years, in support of Feed Scarborough, who operate 4 food banks and a mobile healthy meal program.

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