Kringle’s Inventionasium Experience

Admission to the Kringle’s Inventionasium® Experience in Cleveland: Adults $16-$36, Children (2-12 Years) $22-$48, Infants (0-23 Months) Free. Group rates available. ReKringle’s Inventionasium Experience Cleveland Ohioservations Required.

  • When: November 18 – December 24, 2016
  • Where: (Map It) Tower City Center at 230 W. Huron Rd in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Phone: 1-855-MRKRINGLE or 1-855-675-7464
  • Web: www.mrkringle.com

Kringle’s Inventionasium® Experience in downtown Cleveland  entertains diverse families from all over the world and boasts one of the “Best Santas in the U.S.” according to TIME.com.

For families seeking an innovative holiday activity, the Kringle’s Inventionasium Experience offers guests the opportunity to have fun together in a very magical way.

Kringle’s Inventionasium is more than just a visit with Santa, it’s an unforgettable adventure all its own – a fully immersive, interactive and hands-on experience where guests take an active role inventing toys for the holiday season.

Tour Kringle’s® top secret inventing lab. Explore numerous testing rooms and engage in various activities. Meet with Mr. Kringle himself, for a private visit and photo opportunity.

Before your departure, enjoy Kringle’s Toy Shoppe®. Purchase your pictures and Kringle’s unique toys, novelties, ornaments and decor from his stylish selection!

Mr. Kringle encourages guests to wear pajamas or festive outfits for the most memorable experience.

Accolades: “The best day of my life” that’s what my six-year-old daughter called it. The experience for her was awesome. Everyone was very cheerful and kid friendly.”

“This was the best Santa experience ever. Looking at the sparkle in my kids’ eyes (especially my six-year-old son) as they listened intently to the characters made my husband lean over and say in my ear “totally worth it.”

“It just gets better every year!! We traveled from Chicago again this year and weren’t disappointed! The Characters are outstanding and make the whole experience truly memorable and believable. We had an eight-year-old with us this year that was on the brink of not believing anymore, but after going through the Inventionasium, he spent the remainder of our trip making wishes and trying to invent new toys for Mr. Kringle.”