Lake Geneva Cruise Line ignites the holiday season with the announcement of its 5th annual Santa Cruise to the North Pole. Running November 25 through December 30, the Lake Geneva Santa Cruise keeps kids and adults in the holiday spirit from beginning to end with greetings from jolly elves, historic boats decked out with twinkling lights and filled with holiday music and cheer, and live narration of the story of your journey to the North Pole as you see lighted displays along the shore.
During the 40-minute Santa Cruise, family and friends are kept cozy in enclosed and heated boats as the excitement builds to see Santa’s hideaway where he and his helpers test all the toys he is building. Children are amazed as the cruise comes to a halt and Santa emerges to wave and read off all of the children’s names on the nice list.
The Santa Cruise departs from Lake Geneva Cruise Line’s winter harbor located in Williams Bay at Gage Marine and Pier 290 restaurant (1 Liechty Drive) after ticket holders have had a chance to enjoy a stroll through Santa Cause’s Christmas Tree Festival. The Festival features trees creatively trimmed by local non-profits and opportunities to purchase raffle tickets and win presents.
Tours run the day after Thanksgiving through December 30 (no tours 12/24 and 12/25). Regular date tickets are $24 for adults, $22 for seniors ages 65 and older and $12 for children ages 4 – 17. Prime date tickets are $30 for adults, $28 for seniors and $18 for children. Children 3 and under are free. Purchase tickets early at santacruiselakegeneva.com.