“At Macy’s, the To The Windows To The Walls Til Santa Decks These Halls New Shirt safety of our customers and our colleagues is paramount,” Susan Tercero, Macy’s vice president of branded entertainment, said in the news. “To replicate the magical experience of visiting Macy’s Santaland for the children and their families, we will move to virtual interactions this year.
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For many, visiting Santa Claus at Macy’s has become a longstanding highlight of the To The Windows To The Walls Til Santa Decks These Halls New Shirt festive season. Macy’s is delighted to have found a way to make sure even more families can safely enjoy this precious experience during this festival of the year. ”
At virtual Santaland, families will be able to play games, take virtual tours to Santa’s workshop and take selfies with Santa Claus.
Although Santa won’t be in the To The Windows To The Walls Til Santa Decks These Halls New Shirt children’s store, one tradition will remain: the playful old man will still show up at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parade on television in Manhattan, Macy’s said know.
Santa Claus and Macy’s went hand in hand for many years during the Christmas season and became immortalized in the 1947 movie “Miracle on 34th Street”, where a girl discovers the real Santa inside a store.
More than 250,000 people come to see Santa at Macy’s in New York each year, the company said. This year, it will make it difficult to create a safe environment during this year’s pandemic. The To The Windows To The Walls Til Santa Decks These Halls New Shirt floor where Santa Claus is traditionally located in Manhattan is a cramped maze with lines entwined with people. While kids fall in love with dwarfs, toy trains and Christmas trees while waiting for their moment with Santa Claus, company officials say the pandemic has made it impossible. possible this year.
The company says Santaland’s website will highlight familiar family favorites from Macy’s Center City in Philadelphia, including a Christmas light show and Dickens’ Village. A special edition of the Macy’s Christmas Light Show will also be shown online and bring visitors to famous Christmas stories like “Frosty the Snowman” and “The Nutcracker.”