Make a Reservation for Pancakes with Santa at The Woodlands Children’s Museum

Make a Reservation for Pancakes with Santa at The Woodlands Children’s Museum


MAKE A RESERVATION FOR PANCAKES WITH SANTA AT THE WOODLANDS CHILDREN'S MUSEUMTHE WOODLANDS, TX – Make reservations for breakfast with Santa Claus at The Woodlands Children’s Museum.

The Pancakes With Santa event is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14. The museum is located at 4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Suite 280.

“Celebrate the holidays over pancakes,” executive director Angela Colton said. “This is a chance for children to get into the wonder of the holidays and have a more personal experience with Santa Claus.”

Wicked Whisk will be making the pancakes to order – and there will be a buffet of other breakfast fixings. Children may also create a variety of art projects and enjoy live music by Tom’s Fun Band. Harmony the Clown and Abby the monkey will also be in attendance – stirring up some elfish fun.
“After the event, stay and play at the museum,” Colton said. “It’s the perfect place to get into the holiday spirit.”

Presale tickets are available for $30 for children and $15 for adults.

The Woodlands Children’s Museum will be all decked out for the holidays. The calendar is full of fun activities, as well as a number of workshops for children ages 4 through 8. For more information about the upcoming events, contact Kayleen Barton, events coordinator at

To learn more about The Woodlands Children’s Museum, its hours of operation and ways to support the nonprofit, visit or call 281-465-0955. The museum is always looking for sponsors or partners for events. Follow the museum’s Twitter handle @thewoodlandscm.

About The Woodlands Children’s Museum

The Woodlands Children’s Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, empowering and exciting children and their families in lifelong learning and discovery. The Museum also provides multi-ethnic and multicultural experiences encouraging children to celebrate and embrace cultural and global differences and strengthen common bonds. Year-round, hands-on activities – from reading and art to science and magic –are all intended to make a positive difference in the life in a child.