Summary

Each year, Brian Shechtman brings together a collection of rides, shows, games, and attractions at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. For almost 30 years, the Miami, Florida, theme park has created holiday memories for South Florida families. As Santa’s Enchanted Forest is only open from the beginning of November to the beginning of January, Brian Shechtman spends the rest of the year traveling the country, visiting festivals, and choosing rides and acts for the upcoming holiday season. Shechtman produces a new combination of attractions annually, so that Santa’s remains a well-loved family tradition and a source of new experiences. Brian Shechtman signs contracts with some of America’s most entertaining carnival rides every year. In 2011, his park featured a wide range of rides, including a kiddie land with a carousel and several thrilling roller coasters. Santa’s Enchanted Forest adds new rides regularly, which has earned it the title of America’s largest Christmas-themed amusement park. For those uninterested in rides, Shechtman’s park features many high quality shows and light displays. In the 2011 season, the 29th for Santa’s Enchanted Forest, Brian Shechtman attracted some of the finest festival and amusement park shows in the country. Nightly attractions included a sea lion show, a magic show, a motorcycle stunt show, and Cirque Equinox, a European-style circus that combines breathtaking acrobatics, music, and fantastic costumes. All shows at Santa’s are free with admission. The light displays at Santa’s Enchanted Forest include more than 3 million individual lights. The park also boasts South Florida’s largest Christmas tree. For pricing information, directions, and virtual tours, visit SantasEnchantedForest.com.

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Santa’s Enchanted Forest