Scuba Santa Dives Into the Northland

Under the Bright Nights promotion you can get an admission discount

DULUTH, Minn. -Santa Claus came all the way from the North Pole and made a stop at the Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth.

This is the first year the Aquarium has featured something like this.

It’s a community effort, because volunteers from all over the state help make this possible.

In order to scuba dive, Santa must have cold water experience.

The kids seemed to love it high fiving scuba Santa.

“Santa is nearby, next door. he spent some time at Bentleyville in the evening times, so he’s time in the morning to come over here,” said Great Lakes Aquarium Educator Alexis Berke. “It’s a great time for families to come in the morning to visit the Aquarium, learn about some of the animals in Lake Superior and watch Santa help us feed those fish, especially those sturgeon at the same time.”

We all know Santa Claus is busy on Christmas, so if you want to see scuba Santa he’ll be back next Saturday.

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