IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Frequently asked questions

How far will you travel?


We travel all over the state of Missouri as well as the Metro East side of Illinois. Special arrangements can always be made. Contact us for details.




We have a Christmas in July event. Can you bring the reindeer for that?


No. We do not travel during the warm months because hot weather is very stressful on the reindeer. We choose to only travel during their most comfortable season, which is winter.




Are you open to the public?


We usually hold an annual open house in November by appointment only. Please follow our Facebook page for details.




Is the set-up and tear down part of the time?


No. Set-up and tear down are included in the price, but are not part of the display time. We arrive in enough time to be set-up at the start of your requested time.




What do you provide?


We provide two reindeer contained inside of a corral with a decorative double tier barricade. We bring a beautiful sleigh for children to sit in for pictures, a display table complete with reindeer cape and antlers to touch and feel, as well as handmade ornaments for sale.




How much space does the display take?


The display area is approximately 25 square feet. The sleigh sits off to the side and is not included in that 25 sq ft. There are 8 corral panels. If smaller space is required we may be able to accomadate.




What kind of ornaments do you sell?


We sell a variety of handmade ornaments all pertaining to our reindeer.




What are your rates and how much time do you provide?


Generally two hours is the minimum. We charge hourly, as many hours as desired. If you are in need of less than the 2 hour minimum contact us for special pricing.




Are petting and feeding the reindeer allowed?


No. Our reindeer are tame animals, but they are for exhibition only. Our Reindeer handler is the only person allowed to feed the reindeer.





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5309 Finney Place
Robertsville, Mo 63072

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