If your child still needs to visit with Santa before Christmas Day, there are some great opportunities around the Sound! Santa and his helpers will be making treks to hear the wishes of every little girl and boy! Here are some of our favorite Santa events.

Santa Breakfast Benefit for Children with Juvenile Arthritis
Saturday and Sunday
December 22 and 23
9:30am – 11:00am
Sheraton Seattle Hotel
1400 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

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The Tim and Dan Watts Guild and Sheraton Seattle Hotel are once again proud to host a beloved holiday tradition – Seattle’s Traditional Santa Breakfasts to benefit the Arthritis Foundation Pacific Northwest Chapter. Available dates include December 22 and 23 at 9:30am. Seattle’s Traditional Santa Breakfasts will feature holiday entertainment including The Strolling Minstrels, Leo the Clown, a Juggler, Mini-Nutcracker Ballet and of course, Santa himselfTickets are $25 for children and $55 for adults (includes $25 donation to the Arthritis Foundation Pacific Northwest Chapter). Ticket price includes special holiday breakfast, keepsake ornament for children, and reduced parking at City Centre Garage. Call for reservations.

Santa at the Space Needle
Friday, December 21 through Monday, December 24
11:00am – 4:00pm
400 Broad Street
Seattle, WA 98109

Seattle’s Coolest Santa and his Out-Of-This-World Workship are on the Space Needle’s Observation Deck! Eager to show off his super-sleek Workship and flashy threads, Jolly St. Nick will be on the Observation Deck to meet and greet guests and to take pictures with them in his shiny ride. After telling Santa what is on their wish list, kids are invited to visit the cookie decorating station on the Observation Deck to decorate a complimentary holiday cookie.

Free Photos with Ivar’s ‘Santa Clam’
Saturday, December 22
Ivar’s Acres of Clams
1001 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98104

Everyone is invited to strike a pose with Seattle’s famous clam, all decked out like Santa for the holidays. All the photos will be posted on Ivars.com for free digital download. Kids will also receive a free holiday treat.

Snacks with Santa
Saturday, December 22
Seattle Children’s Museum
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109

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Have you ever wondered what Rudolph’s favorite snack is? Or what about the elves – what do they like to eat? RSVP to spend some one on one time with Santa while we snack on some sweet and healthy treats. We’ll even spend some time being Christmas architects, constructing our own mini gingerbread houses to take home. Bring your camera and your smile! Admission: $7/person for everyone 12 months old and older. This cost does not include the cost of admission. You will pay admission when you arrive at the Museum.

Photos with Santa at The Bravern
Monday, December 17 through Monday, December 24
12:00pm – 6:00pm
11111 NE 8th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004

Santa will be at The Bravern throughout the holiday season to listen to young wishes and pose for photos. Plus, write a letter to Santa and drop off in his special mailbox. And with any photo package purchase, enjoy a $1.00 off coupon from Trophy Cupcakes. Photo packages start at $12.99.

Santa Brunch at Icon Grill
Saturday and Sunday
December 22 and 23
1933 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Santa’s elves have run amuck in icon Grill and decked it out for the holidays! Bring your camera to snap pictures with Santa, and order up Icon Grill’s famous brunch menu or from the holiday menu featuring Holiday Wreath Salad, North Pole Pizza, Candy Cane cake and more! Call or go online for reservations.

Photos with Santa at Washington State History Museum
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
December 21, 22, and 23
11:00am – 3:00pm
1911 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402

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Come for pictures with Santa in front of a holiday train backdrop during the Model Train Festival at the museum. Skip the mall and have photos taken by Lisa Hystak Photography while you’re enjoying the train displays.