It’s the most wonderful time of year!

Santa’s Village is looking forward to the return of our Christmastime schedule in 2021.

There is something about visiting Santa’s Village during our Christmastime season that is extra special.  With Christmas carols heard throughout the park, the possibility of snow on the ground, and about one million lights illuminating the park at dusk, a visit during this time of year is sure to put you in the holiday spirit.

How much is daily admission during Christmastime?

2021 Christmastime Admission:

Ages 4 to 61 To be determined
Ages 62+, or military To be determined
Ages 3 and younger Free


What does admission include?

Historically, your admission includes parking, stroller use, the Elfabet game and prize, rides, shows, visits with Santa and his reindeer, and other attractions.

When are you open?

The dates and hours for 2021 will be determined a bit later in the year.  Historically, our Christmastime season begins in mid-to-late November and continues Saturdays and Sundays only, well into December.  We are also typically open on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving.  We look forward to bringing back our traditional Christmastime schedule in 2021.

What are your hours?

The dates and hours for Christmastime 2021 will be determined a bit later in the year.  Historically during Christmastime, on Saturdays (and Black Friday) park hours were 11am to 7pm, and on Sundays park hours were 11am to 6pm.

What is open in the park?

Normally, all of our rides, excluding water rides, are open to enjoy. Santa and the reindeer are here to visit and take photos. Two shows play throughout the day: one outdoors on Main Street beginning at dusk, the other in the Polar Theater.  Most of our dining and gift shops are open. The Elfabet Game is even more challenging in the dark.

Rudy’s Rapid Transit Coaster, Poogee Penguin’s Spin Out Coaster, the Ferris Wheel, and You Tubing, and possibly other rides or attractions, all may be closed in extremely cold and/or icy weather.

What should we wear?

You should dress as if you were traveling to the North Pole.  We recommend dressing in layers as temperatures can vary throughout the day.  We also highly recommend wearing winter jackets, ski pants, boots, hats, and gloves/mittens to fully enjoy your visit.