Despite Elf labor shortages and candy cane supply-chain disruptions, Liberty Aviation Museum is once again able to bring Santa Claus to the town of Port Clinton to meet the children.
On Sunday, Dec. 4 beginning at 11 a.m., naughty or nice children of any age are invited to visit with Santa Claus after he touches down at the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton. Santa’s airplane will taxi to the museum and visit with boys and girls until his plane will depart for the North Pole at 1 p.m., so get to the Museum early.
The layover is perfect for the free meet and greet with Santa for for any last-minute toy requests.
From 8 -10 a.m. a holiday breakfast with Santa will be served by the Tin Goose Diner and will include scrambled eggs, sausage patty, pancakes, French toast sticks, star-shaped hash browns and juice.
Tickets for the breakfast with Santa can be purchased in advance in person or for will-call at Liberty Aviation Museum, or on its website. Remaining tickets will be available at the door on Dec. 4 while supplies last.
Children 5 and under eat free. Tickets for children 6 to 14 are $8. Breakfast Tickets for adults and children 15 years and up are $10.
The first 150 children will receive a special gift from Santa, so get tickets early by calling the Museum at 419-732-0234.
The Liberty Aviation Museum gift shop and PX will be open with special sales all day, perfect for any Elves’ stocking stuffers.
Liberty Aviation Museum was founded in 2012 and has become one of the finest aviation museums of its type anywhere. In 2022, Liberty Aviation Museum was awarded the “Best of the Best” trophy for the best local attraction by the readers of the Sandusky Register and the Norwalk Reflector.