Santa Rescue at the New York City Fire Museum! If you and your family have not witnessed the Santa Fire Rescue, you have been missing out on a great Lower Manhattan tradition. It’s a great family-friendly event that is definitely something that you need to take the kids to, while they still believe in the Santa. Watch FDNY Firefighters rescue Santa from the roof of top of the New York City Firefighter Museum. Once he is safely inside, the fun will begin. Join other families on the 3rd floor loft at Santa’s Cafe and enjoy holiday carols, photos with Santa and Christmas carols performed live by John Clacher’s Fire House Band. Bring your cash…snacks and hot chocolate will be available for sale. So, grab those subway transit cards and make your way to SoHo for an afternoon of family fun.
Children of all ages are invited to attend!
Date: Sunday, December 4th
Time: 11:30a (SHARP)
Location: 278 Spring Street (NYC Fire Museum)
Ages: All ages welcome
Santa Visit/Photo Op: $8 Adults and $5 Children (2 and under free)
FiDi Families Insiders: Viewing the rescue is free. Cost is for the visit with Santa/photo. Bring your camera. Santa will sit with children and be available for photos until 2p (don’t be late)!
Tickets can be purchased in advance at http://www.nycfiremuseum.org, by phone 212-691-1303 or in person at the Fire Museum’s gift shop.