Kids (and grownups) know that the next best thing to a visit from Santa at Christmas is a visit with Santa and his elves and reindeer at his summer home at Santa’s Village in Jefferson, New Hampshire.
Boys and girls of every age have been making the trek to Santa’s summer digs since the Park opened in 1953. Today, the family-owned, Christmas-themed amusement park has grown into a premiere New England attraction and continues to earn top honors as one of the nation’s outstanding amusement parks. Santa’s Village has been recognized by TripAdvisor as one of the Top 25 Amusement Parks in the U.S. for three years in a row, earning multiple TripAdvisor Travelers Choice Awards. And Trekaroo.com has named Santa’s Village as one of the Top Ten Amusement Parks for Young Kids in the U.S.A.
Santa’s Village introduces a new ride or feature just about every year and now includes over twenty amusement rides, real reindeer who interact with guests, multiple show performances around the park, and a large water park area. All of these activities and features are included in a single admission fee, as are parking, stroller use, and other surprises for children, such as a ring from the blacksmith and a prize for playing the Elfabet scavenger hunt game.
Santa’s Village is also known for a variety of signature foods made right at the park – homemade ice cream, mini donuts, fudge, and decorate-your own gingerbread cookies are popular treats; and Nick’s Pizza Emporium serves some of the best pizza in New England.
For generations of families with young children, Santa’s Village continues to deliver on its promise: Pure Joy. Family Style.®