Last week me, him and the minis headed to York's National Railway Museum for a very special adventure.
Now i'm sure your probably aware that the man in the big red suit is due to visit soon and of course this means we best go and see him and tell him what we would like for Christmas.
York's Railway Museum's station hall has been transformed in preparation of the big day, letters and presents everywhere!
A view of station hall
Alex found a friend in and among the presents.
Soon we found a sleigh and a reindeer, beautifully lit up and of course this then called for a photo.
We carried on walking past more and more presents, letters and cards
We then had a very important job to do, a special kind of helping job for the big man himself.
We hopped aboard the steam train "Teddy" and our little journey began, snuggled in blankets singing single bells with our very own little bells to shake.
As if by magic and the power of the steam train, Santa appeared :)
Teddy the steam train then headed back to the station where we then went back inside and headed for the dining car restaurant where we had our complementary drinks and mince pies and the kids had some juice and a biscuit.
We all had a great afternoon and the atmosphere was excellent, the staff at the museum were brilliant with the children and were really enthusiastic and definitely made the day so enjoyable.
Santa's Steam Adventure runs from 29th November - 24th December 2013
Prices are as follows
Children - £11.50
Adults - £7.50
Under 1's - £3.00
Please note - Increases charges may apply on the Christmas Eve please visit http://www.nrm.org.uk/PlanaVisit for more information
*We were given the opportunity to visit NRM Santa's Steam Adventures in exchange for a honest review.*