Fireside Feast at Sea World

After the Sea of Trees light show at Sea World, we had dinner with Santa at Santa’s Fireside Feast. The elves at the dinner were super friendly and took time with each child. This is Holly playing “mimic me” with Mason. This went on for a full ten-minutes and was so cute! I loved watching how he thought she was a real live elf.

The Fireside Feast was a buffet style setup full of delicious goodies that Mrs. Claus and her elves made for their guests. This was my plate, which I could not even begin to finish! Mrs. Claus sure was a great cook!


Mason and Jakobi were able to drink water from the fancy wine glasses and they felt so grown up!



Mason Drinking From Wine Glass

They were very careful to be on their best behavior under Santa’s watchful eye. After we were done eating, Santa told us a story and then had all of the tables come up to meet him. My boys are just a the age where Santa is a huge deal, so they were beyond excited. We even got a picture.

Meeting Santa

The price point was $29 for adults and $19 for kids and included a family portrait as well as the VIP seating for A Sesame Street Christmas. Compared to other meals at theme parks, this was a bargain deal. We booked online in advance to make sure we got good seats. We found out that they seat according to reservation, so make sure to pick your tickets up early! You can see all my post from our wonderful Kissimmee Vacation where I guest blogged at i.see.Kissimmee.


  1. It looks like your family had fun. My family went to Seaworld-San Diego on Christmas Eve and we were disappointed because the snow machine was broken and it rained. But the kids enjoy Santa.

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