“Christmas, my child, is love in action.
Every time we love, every time we give, it’s Christmas.”
— Dale Evans

Sneak – A – Peek


The children all nestled and snug in there beds on Christmas Eve, the parents, after hearing a noise wake up and quietly get the rest of the family up? They tip-toe through the house and then, from a secluded hiding place, they watch Santa putting the presents under the tree, reading their Christmas wish list, eating the cookies, drinking the milk, and anything else that is a tradition in your home.

No one would dare talk to Santa because everyone knows that if Santa catches you watching him, he will drop that small white feather he carries in his pouch and the household would fall back to sleep with no memory of seeing Santa. So, the trick is just to watch and not get caught.

Frequently Asked Questions about Sneak-a-Peek Santa Visit

So, what do we have to do to arrange a “Sneak-a-Peek” visit?

The most important thing is call us early. To do a proper “Sneak-a-Peek” requires a bit of preparation.

It is a good idea to have at least seven or more days of lead-time before Christmas Eve. Santa and Mrs. Claus will need to come to your house and preview the arrangements for Christmas. Obviously, the children can’t be at home when this happens. It typically takes about 30 minutes to an hour to explain the process and gather the needed information about your Christmas traditions.

The dean of the oldest Santa School in the nation, Tom Valent, says “Children remember sitting on Santa’s lap for their lifetime so make sure it’s special.” Now imagine what we are talking about here. Your children will be watching Santa work in their own home putting out their presents. Talk about a memory…

So please take this seriously and call us as early as possible so we can preview the house. We will call and find out when to come by to prep for the big day!

How old should my children be for a “Sneak-a-Peek”?

We only do a “Sneak-a-Peek” once for any family never to be repeated again. After all, you would never catch Santa twice. Since this will be the one time your family has a visit like this, we recommend that the children are 4 to 5 years of age or older.

We did a visit for a family with a 3 and 6 year old. The 6 year old thought it was incredible but the 3 year old had a little problem staying awake. However, some three year old’s can manage, also younger children may not remember it, We believe after 4 years of age they are more likely they’ll remember long term however, you know your children.

Remember, these visits go on later in the night so waking up your children may be an issue if they are too young.

Now Again even though we have a recommended age… “how old should your child be! It’s up to you, it really doesn’t matter. Sometimes Santa is in a home with a younger child who so believes even at the age of three and one who is past believing. As parents have shared that even the older children couldn’t believe what they were seeing. They will be absolutely thrilled with the effect of Santa being in their home. What’s funny is you the parents even though you know who Santa is, you will still feel the magic during the visit.

Christmas Eve ‘Sneak-A-Peak’ between 10pm & Midnight

Pricing at$350 Catch Santa delivering presents approximately 15 minutes


Christmas Morning‘Sneak-A-Peak’ between 5am & 7 am

Pricing at $450 Catch Santa delivering presents approximately 15 minutes