Monday, December 28, 2009

Santa's Workshop

Haven't you always wondered exactly what
Santa's workshop looked like?

Well, Luke and I headed to Trussville last Tuesday night to go on a hay ride with some friends, little did we know that the hayride would begin at Santa's workshop!

Now, of course we know that Santa's real workshop is located at the North Pole, but Santa must need to have several workshops located across the world in order
to make all those toys!

Santa's Workshop, Trussville Location
So, what all would you find at Santa's Workshop?

To start things off, a Toy Shop, of course

A snowman and snowwoman

A Gingerbread House

Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree

A Latham Express Train (play on polar express)

These pictures only captured a few of the displays at Santa's workshop, we saw everything from elves and carolers
to a Christmas countdown calendar and
Santa sliding down the chimney!

After we explored the workshop, Santa's helper, Mr. Bill,
took us on a hayride through some neighborhoods
to see Christmas lights.

Eventhough it was freezing, we had a great time and
can't wait to go again next year!

5 comments:

Jaci Spain said...

Awww...that looks like so much fun! I hope ya'll had a great Christmas...

Kathleen said...

such good pictures! im so glad yall got to come!!! cant wait to see yall in a couple of days!

Muthering Heights said...

How cute!!! I just love the festive spirit of it all! :)

Mama Hen said...

His little blue hat is cute. And he is too!

Rachel said...

That WAS listed and photographed at al.com!! That's awesome - what a fun tradition!!!