Where Kids Can Mail Letters to Santa in Omaha

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letters to santa in omahaNoted locations will also provide a response back.

If your kids believe in Santa, make this year extra special by sending a letter to Santa. The will even get a letter in return when sent from certain locations!

Omaha Visitors Center

Starting Saturday November 26, kids can send their letters to Santa at the Omaha Visitors Center. Go to the Omaha Visitors Center where there will be a magic mailbox that routes Santa letters straight to the North Pole, no stamp is needed.

Visit the mailbox during regular business hours Tuesday to Friday, 10 am – 4 pm, and Saturday, 10 am -1 pm. Volunteer elves, on loan from the North Pole, will be on duty to help children mail their letters.

The Omaha Visitors Center is located at 306 S. 10th Street, on the corner of 10th & Farnam. The mailbox will be accepting letters until Dec. 20.

La Vista

Drop off your letters to Santa at Santa’s Workshop outdoor mailbox (8305 Park View Blvd.) and La Vista Public Library (9110 Giles Rd.) November 28 – December 13. Include your name and return address so Santa knows where to send his reply and receive a response by Christmas!

USPS

If you’re hoping to send your letter off to Santa and get a return letter postmarked from the North Pole, here’s what to do:

  1. Have the child write a letter to Santa and place it in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole.
  2. Write a personalized response to the child’s letter and sign it “From Santa.”
  3. Insert both letters into an envelope, and address it to the child.
  4. Add the return address: SANTA, NORTH POLE, to the envelope.
  5. Ensure a First-Class Mail stamp is affixed to the envelope.
  6. Place the complete envelope into a larger envelope, with appropriate postage, and address it to:

NORTH POLE POSTMARK
POSTMASTER
4141 POSTMARK DR
ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998

Send your letters by December 7th so that they can be received by the Anchorage, AK, Postmaster no later than December 14th. Santa’s helpers in Anchorage, AK, will take care of the rest!

Want to see Santa? Check out our guide to Where to See Santa In and Around Omaha.

And if you are looking for more holiday happenings in and around Omaha, follow along here. 

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