If you are in Kansas City, finding Holiday lights and activities is something that every family loves to do! We have four distinct seasons and every year Christmas seems to be one of everyone’s favorites because our city has a lot to offer! This year there is a new Holiday Lights and Activities Must-Do for your family! Worlds’ of Fun is having a WinterFest on select days from 5pm to 10pm with tons of amazing activities and holiday themed fun! This post is in partnership with Blog Meets Brand and Cedar Fair. Check out our video below!
WinterFest Holiday Lights and Activites
Our family had a blast at WinterFest! We were pleasantly surprised at the beautiful lights, high quality costumes and talent, and the fun activities they had to do with kids. This is definitely going to be one of our new family traditions. My girls got to write letters to Santa, decorate cookies with Mrs. Claus, make crafts, and ride specially themed rides. We definitely made memories tonight and it was great! Check out WinterFest at Worlds of Fun!
The real life nativity scene was awesome! You can feed the animals and pet them. They had a huge variety and people were loving it. Definitely helped get us in the spirit!
If you need a break there are lots of fun places to sit. When we went we lucked out with 70 degree weather. As it gets colder you can warm up next o the fire pits!
Right now you can get a free WinterFest ticket with a 2018 Gold Pass! Includes free parking, unlimited visits in 2018 to Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun plus Halloween Haunt and WinteFest, early park and waterpark access and exclusive discounts. Tickets are as low as $25 and if you go and decide you want season tickets you can apply that toward your season ticket! What an awesome deal!
Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree Lot: Everyone knows the story but now young and old alike can help Charlie and Linus pick out a Christmas tree and search for one that “just needs a little love!” Walk through a maze of pines, spruces, and firs to find special holiday surprises.
Das Eishaus: Jack Frost invites you and your family to the Ice House to test your skills on one of the largest ice skating venues anywhere. Sessions are $15 and includes ice skates and guides for beginner skaters.
Mrs. Claus’ Kitchen: The only person who makes cookies better than mom is Mrs. Claus, and she invites you to stop by and decorate your own box of her delicious creations.
North Pole Post Office: Santa’s elves have dressed up a special space to ensure all good girls and boys have a proper place to write their letters to the jolly man in red.
Sally’s Christmas Crafts: Sally Brown has set up her own special section in the park for all of her friends to enjoy her holiday craft activities. She welcomes all children aged 12 and under to create their own special memories including ornaments, greeting cards to take home as a souvenir from WinterFest.
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Gladys parker says
Worlds of Fun sounds amazing! The big cities have all the fun. I love the idea of my grandchildren making Christmas cookies, Ice skating, walking through a Charlie Brown tree lot, such fun times. I especially like the lights. World of Fun sounds like a great mini vacation spot.
This looks like the perfect family activity for the holidays! I love the holiday lights and cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus!
That place looks magical with all those lights! If I lived nearby I would surely go–and to see and interact (if allowed) with the animals!
Linda Kinsman says
It looks like a wonderful time was had be all of you. I remember taking our girls to holidays activities like this wen they were little, although we never got that close to a camel. The lights are beautiful and I love that you could do crafts there as well.
sharon martin says
It looks amazing, anything that makes the season more Christmassy is a plus in my book and that tree, how gorgeous is that x