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Photos with Santa in Palm Beach County

photos with Santa

It's not just about the kids getting photos with Santa, it's about your pets, too. Yes, you'll be able to bring them into the mall. So get your entire family ready to dress in their holiday best. Area malls are offering a variety of photo packages to capture the moment and The Palm Beach Outlets are even offering a free 4×6 photo with Santa.

The Gardens Mall, 3101 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens
Photos with Santa
Available November 21 – December 24
Make a reservation in advance for a socially distanced photo opp.

Rosemary Square
Available on Fridays and Saturdays from 6-8 p.m.
Parents are responsible for taking their own photos with Santa.

Town Center at Boca Raton
Available from November 27 – December 24
Socially distanced. Masks are required. Reservations are highly recommended. 

Mall at Wellington Green
Available from November 25 – December 24
Includes a socially-distanced experience, with photo packages available. Masks are required for children 2 and up. Reservations are highly recommended. 

Boynton Beach Mall
Available from November 27 – December 24
There will be a socially-distanced and a virtual experience available. Reservations for photos with Santa are recommended.

Palm Beach Outlets
Snowglobe Photo Experience
Located across from Children's Place
Available from November 17 – December 24
Capture a holiday photo this year at The Snowglobe photo experience at Palm Beach Outlets. This life-sized winter snowglobe is the perfect place to gather with family or close friends and snap that Instagram-worthy photo. To make an appointment, call 844-427-7673.

If you're looking for more holiday happenings, be sure to check out these posts:

Holiday Light Displays in Palm Beach County
Holiday Gift Card Bonus Offers
Holiday Snowfalls at Rosemary Square


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