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'Tis the season for shopping at WinterFest

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at Kings Island!

If you’re still making out your holiday shopping list or checking it twice, you’re in luck because the park’s annual Christmas event, WinterFest, has you covered for all of your gift giving needs. The stores are chock-full of good tidings of comfort and joy with holiday décor, gifts, apparel, toys, ornaments, houseware, tasty treats and more!

Make sure to check out these stores for this year’s merchandise when you ring in the holidays at WinterFest:

PEANUTS Holiday Gifts

Your headquarters for holiday themed gifts featuring Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the rest of the PEANUTS Gang!

North Pole Mercantile

In this location you'll find Kings Island and WinterFest branded apparel, souvenirs and gifts. 

Christmas Collections

Beautiful gifts from Karen Didion, Bethany Lowe, Jim Shore and more!

Custom Christmas Creations

For those looking for personalized gifts and holiday ornaments, this is the place. 

Trim-a-Tree

This store is a must-see offering a wide selection of Christmas tree ornaments and holiday home décor. 

Santa’s Little Helpers

Holiday and WinterFest themed plush toys and souvenirs.

Candy Cane Café

Seasonal treats galore! Fudge, Pick-A-Mix candy, gourmet apples, buckeyes and novelty candy ornaments. Oh, and don't forget about The Beast hot chocolate! 

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Choose from a variety of furry friends and add your own personal touch by adding scents, sounds, outfits and accessories.

Antique Photo

The perfect place to pose for a holiday family photo.

Artisan Village

Browse through a village of local artisans and craft vendors showcasing gifts ideal for that special person on your gift-giving list.

WinterFest is open select nights through Dec. 31. Buy WinterFest tickets online and save up to $12!

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