New Year’s Eve Partybration at Santa’s Village

Santa welcomes you to his 10th annual New Year’s Eve Partybration. We’ll celebrate from 4pm to 9pm on December 31st, 2018. We begin celebrating the new year a bit early for our younger guests, with fireworks at 8pm. Ride on some of your favorite rides and enjoy some of your favorite Santa’s Village treats one last time this year. This all-inclusive (food and soft drinks, rides and festivities) party will feature a DJ who will take requests.

ATTENDANCE IS CAPPED on December 31st, 2018. This event is expected to sell out — all tickets must be purchased online, and no tickets will be sold at the gate on 12/31/18. Season pass holders wishing to attend the New Year’s Eve special event must purchase a separate NYE ticket online, while they last. 2018 New Year’s Eve Partybration tickets are non-refundable, and are valid for admission on 12/31/18 only.

Admission (including food and soft drinks) to be announced. Sorry, “Return Passes” are not offered or accepted during this event.

Christmas at Santa’s Village

Many families make it a tradition to visit Santa’s Village in the weeks before Christmas, and we have it on good authority from all the elves that the amusement park is going to be chock-full of holiday cheer, with a fantastic light display, lots of rides, and tons and tons of fun. Don’t forget to bring your list to share with Santa!

Christmas at Santa’s Village

Many families make it a tradition to visit Santa’s Village in the weeks before Christmas, and we have it on good authority from all the elves that the amusement park is going to be chock-full of holiday cheer, with a fantastic light display, lots of rides, and tons and tons of fun. Don’t forget to bring your list to share with Santa!

Christmas at Santa’s Village

Many families make it a tradition to visit Santa’s Village in the weeks before Christmas, and we have it on good authority from all the elves that the amusement park is going to be chock-full of holiday cheer, with a fantastic light display, lots of rides, and tons and tons of fun. Don’t forget to bring your list to share with Santa!

Silly Spooky Halloween Extravaganza at Santa’s Village

This season brings our 9th annual Silly, Spooky Halloween Extravaganza.

The 2018 dates are: Saturday, October 20 and Saturday, October 27. The park is open on those two dates from 11am to 5pm.

Santa is usually here at this time, to see all of the children in costume, and those thinking ahead to Christmas.

The entire park is transformed into a magical Halloween adventure. Bring your children to celebrate this holiday in a fun and friendly atmosphere. There are “spooky” areas for the older children; some “fun” areas for the younger goblins. It’s a treat not to be missed. Shops cater to the Trick or Treaters, and it’s much more fun if you arrive in costume. Even many of the Silly Helpers are dressed for the occasion. Rides and food shops will be open too. It’s silly. It’s spooky. It’s Halloween at Santa’s Village.

Admission for the entire day is $28 per person; as always children ages 3 and younger are free. This includes all the rides and festivities for the day. Last ticket will be sold 2 hours before closing. Sorry, “Return Passes” are not offered during this event.

New Year’s Eve Partybration at Santa’s Village

Santa welcomes you to his 9th annual New Year’s Eve Partybration. We’ll celebrate from 4pm to 9pm on December 31st, 2017. We begin celebrating the new year a bit early for our younger guests, with fireworks at 8pm. Ride on some of your favorite rides and enjoy some of your favorite Santa’s Village treats one last time this year. This all-inclusive (food and soft drinks, rides and festivities) party will feature a DJ who will take requests.

ATTENDANCE IS CAPPED on December 31st, 2017.  This event is expected to sell out — all tickets must be purchased online, and no tickets will be sold at the gate on 12/31/17.  Season pass holders wishing to attend the New Year’s Eve special event must purchase a separate NYE ticket online, while they last.  Tickets are on sale now.

Admission (including food and soft drinks) is: $49 for ages 13+; and $39 for ages 4-12. For current “Tis the Season Pass Holders visiting for the New Year’s Eve Partybration, admission (including food and soft drinks) is: $25 and a current Season Pass for ages 13+; and $20 and a current Season Pass for ages 4-12. Sorry, “Return Passes” are not issued or accepted during this event. (Children age three or younger enter for free and do not require a ticket.)

 

Wrap Up the Year in Style

During December plan a visit to Northern New Hampshire, where our shops are brimming with gifts for everyone on your list, outdoor recreational opportunities abound — we have our fingers crossed for lots of snow! — and the pace of life is a bit more relaxed during this hectic season.

Bring the kids for a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus at Santa’s Village, curl up by the fire with a cup of cocoa or opt for some snowmobiling at Tall Timber Lodge, and browse the beautiful handcrafts at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Littleton Fine Craft Gallery. We’ve also put together a selection of Holiday Shopping ideas to help you find the perfect gift for all your family and friends.

NH_Grand_Tall_Timber_Lodge_SnowmobilingWinter Is Better at Pittsburg’s Tall Timber Lodge

Generations of guests have made themselves right at home at Tall Timber Lodge, a “Northwoods Tradition” since 1946. Be part of that tradition this winter. Come for the snowmobiling and some backcountry skiing and snowshoeing, or just to kick back and relax. Settle in with comfortable lodging, along with exceptional dining in the award-winning Rainbow Grille & Tavern while you explore the region’s many activities.

Eight cozy lodge rooms await guests, or choose from one of the handsomely furnished one- to four-bedroom cottages overlooking Back Lake, some with gas fireplaces and two-person Jacuzzis. Porches and decks afford incomparable views.

With its extensive trail system Pittsburg rightly claims its place as New England’s Snowmobile Capital. Guests are encouraged to bring their sleds or rent one at Tall Timber. Those looking for a quieter pace can choose to explore the beautiful backcountry region on cross-country skis or snowshoes. Snowshoes are available for Tall Timber guests at no charge and OHRV registrations are available onsite for snowmobiles.

Visit Tall Timber for two nights this winter, Sunday through Thursday (excluding holidays), and take advantage of the lodge’s special Snowmobile Escape Package. Included are accommodations for two in a cabin with fireplace and Jacuzzi, a hearty breakfast and nightly three-course dinner each day, along with a daily snowmobile rental.

leagueofNHCrafts_edited-1Shop the League of NH Craftsmen Gallery for Unique Gift Items

Begin or continue a cherished tradition and gift yourself or someone special with the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s annual Christmas ornament. You’ll find this year’s selection — Winter’s Waltz, a pair of ice skates handcrafted in pewter by juried League member Walker Boyle — at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Littleton Fine Craft Gallery. The expansive gallery highlights the state’s finest craftsmen working in jewelry, clay, glass, fibers, wood, metal, photography, baskets, printmaking and mixed media. Browse the gallery’s well-curated selection of items to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list in every price range. Or give a gift certificate to the Littleton Studio School, which offers a variety of art and craft classes in clay, jewelry, metals, mixed media, painting, basketry and more, including classes for kids.

Santa feeds Prancer!
Santa feeds Prancer!

A Magical Time of Year to Visit Santa’s Village

You don’t have to travel to the North Pole to visit Santa and his elves this Christmas season, because the jolly old elf always takes time out of his busy schedule on December weekends to travel to Santa’s Village in Jefferson to meet all the boys and girls and listen to their heart’s desires.

The elves have been busy, and the park glimmers and glows with over 500,000 colorful lights and glittering holiday decorations.

Snuggle in for a ride on the Skyway Sleigh Monorail or the Merry Christmas Ferris Wheel, take a spin on the SS Peppermint Twist or the Christmas Carousel, or experience the thrill of the Chimney Drop. Up to 18 rides will be operating (weather permitting).

Need a break from a whirlwind of rides? Settle down for a jolly good time at “A Tinkerdoodle Christmas,” a 3-D show that will leave the whole family laughing at the antics of L. Fastidious Tinkerdoodle as he prepares Santa for his yearly journey on Christmas Eve.

Warm up with some wassail, grab some grub at the heated seating areas, do some holiday shopping, be amazed by the choreographed lighting shows, visit Santa’s reindeer, and stroll around the winter wonderland that is Santa’s Village. You’ll take home memories that you and your children will never forget.

Santa’s Village also celebrates New Year’s Eve in style with a huge Partybration bash from 4 to 9 p.m. on December 31, when the clocks are turned ahead so youngsters can celebrate ringing out the old year and ringing in the new. Admission includes food, soft drinks and all of the wonderful rides and displays throughout the park, capped off with a blazing fireworks display. Reservations must be made online.

Christmastime at Santa’s Village

Thousands of twinkling lights set the stage for the magical Christmas season at Santa’s Village. Youngsters can whisper their Christmas lists to Santa, feed his reindeer, visit the elves and enjoy 18 Christmas-themed rides in the frosty air.

Christmastime hours: November 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and 27, and December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, and 17. The park opens every day at 11 a.m. Be sure to dress warmly.

Christmastime Admission – $32 per person (children ages 3 and younger are always admitted free).

Christmastime at Santa’s Village

Thousands of twinkling lights set the stage for the magical Christmas season at Santa’s Village. Youngsters can whisper their Christmas lists to Santa, feed his reindeer, visit the elves and enjoy 18 Christmas-themed rides in the frosty air.

Christmastime hours: November 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and 27, and December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, and 17. The park opens every day at 11 a.m. Be sure to dress warmly.

Christmastime Admission – $32 per person (children ages 3 and younger are always admitted free).

Christmastime at Santa’s Village

Thousands of twinkling lights set the stage for the magical Christmas season at Santa’s Village. Youngsters can whisper their Christmas lists to Santa, feed his reindeer, visit the elves and enjoy 18 Christmas-themed rides in the frosty air.

Christmastime hours: November 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, and 27, and December 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, and 17. The park opens every day at 11 a.m. Be sure to dress warmly.

Christmastime Admission – $32 per person (children ages 3 and younger are always admitted free).