The popular annual Santa’s Express at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is being transformed this holiday season into a drive-through wonderland of holiday lights, music and a nativity complete with barnyard animals. Santa’s Express in Lights runs for two weekends from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 4-5 and Dec. 11-12, at the Ag Hall of Fame, 630 N. 126th St. in Bonner Springs.
As they drive along the luminary-lit route, visitors will delight in seeing Farm Town, tractors, the barn, the train and Christmas trees all dazzling with holiday lights. From the comfort and safety of their cars, families will also see barnyard animals in the nativity and can wave to Santa and Mrs. Claus and their elves.
Kids are invited to write a letter to Santa – or download a letter template – and bring it to place in Santa’s North Pole mailbox.
Cars will come into the entrance on 126th Street. Suggested minimum admission donation is $10 per car (cash or check only – no credit cards). Proceeds benefit the Ag Hall’s agricultural education programs for children and adults.
For more information visit Santa's Express in Lights or call 913-721-1075.
CDC Guidelines: The event is drive-through only, entering on North 126th Street and exiting into the parking lot of Providence Medical Center Amphitheater and then onto 130th Street. To be compliant with the government and CDC guidelines on COVID-19, all visitors must stay in their cars.
The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame was chartered in 1960 by the U.S. Congress to recognize U.S. agriculture and honor individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the industry’s success.
Visit: Ag Hall of Fame