5 things that better not have burned down in the Santa’s Enchanted Forest fire

 

Oh, the horror!

All of Miami watched in horror as the images of a fire at Santa’s Enchanted Forest took over social media on Sunday. Around 7:30 p.m. commuters along the Palmetto could see that Miami’s beloved Christmas theme park, which is scheduled to open on Nov. 1, was engulfed in a small blaze. Apparently the fire was related to a power line, which seems about right since Santa’s Enchanted Forest is essentially a giant tangle of Christmas lights and extension cords wrapped around trees year round.

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We have yet to know the full extent of the damage, but in order for Christmas to go on as scheduled this year, we really need to know the status of the following attractions at Santa’s.

The giant photo opp tree

 

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Hanging with my homies 👭 Happy #NationalBestFriendsDay ! #SEFMemories (📸: @Valrroy)

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If you don’t take a photo here, did you even go?

The festive gazebo

 

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It’s all about those Santa’s Special Moments 😍 #sefmemories #Nov1st (📸: @oxananiki )

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This thing is MAGICAL.

The rainbow entrance

You are legally required to take a million photos at Santa’s Enchanted Forest

Santa’s isn’t Santa’s without this entrance.

Any of these holiday dioramas

Take a tour through one of Miami's unique Christmas stops - Santa's Enchanted Forest. Photo: Tomas Loewy
What is going on here? We don’t know but it’s filling us with the Christmas spirit.Tomas Loewy

Since none of us won Power Ball, Scrooge needs to hand over some of these gold bricks.

The slide!

Take a tour through one of Miami's unique Christmas stops - Santa's Enchanted Forest. Photo: Tomas Loewy
God save the rainbow slide.Tomas Loewy

Many a thigh has been chafed on the way down this monument to a happy childhood.

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