Get ready to make your Christmas wish come true! Come make a wish on a unicorn, visit with Santa and enjoy some Christmas fun at Hidden Pasture Farm. Santa will be here from 10 am until 2pm Saturdays and 12-4 on Sundays for pictures and visits. Pet one of our real life unicorns and learn about how they came to live at Hidden Pasture Farm, visit with our adorable miniature foals and ponies, donkeys, and goats. Play on the sleigh from the Roper Mountain! It’s here at Hidden Pastrue Farm! Roast a marshamallow, eat a yummy funnel cake, get pictures made with Santa, jump on the bounce house and enjoy all the family fun at the Yuletide Unicorn Farm Festival! Space is limited and you MUST buy Admission tickets in advance! Visits are for one hour. Get your pictures made with Santa early this year and get those cards out, Thanksgiving is late thsi year so knock something off your list! Visit our gift shop and even join George, the Imperial Unicorn’s fan club! Event goes rain or shine! Each ticket is for admission for ONE car, up to four people, for one hour. Each additional visitor is $5 to enter. Children under three are free. Even though Santa’s time is limited each day, we will still celebrate so buy your ticket with or without a Santa visit and be SURE TO CHECK YOUR PURCHASE TIME. Concessions and pictures are additional costs payable direct to those vendors while onsite. Sorry, no self-pictures with Santa, pictures are for purchase only but Santa visits are free! Contact us directly if you need more information.
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