Autumn means changing leaves and fall treats.
The autumn season is one of the most beautiful here in the White Mountains with cooler weather and changing leaves. Visiting during this time of year means less crowds and beautiful scenery.
What does admission cost?
2020 Fall Weekend Admission rates are as follows:
|Ages 3 and younger||Free – no ticket required|
|Ages 4 to 61||$36|
We believe everyone deserves the best rate available. That’s why we offer fair and simple every day pricing without sales gimmicks. We offer a senior citizen discount, and military service discount on admission. The military discount is only available on in-person admission sales at the ticket booth, with a military ID. Sorry, no other discounts are available.
What does admission include?
Your admission includes parking, stroller use, the Elfabet game and prize, blacksmith ring, rides, shows, visits with Santa and his reindeer, our water park, and other attractions.
When are you open?
Our fall weekends begin on Saturday, September 12, 2020, and continue Saturdays & Sundays only through Sunday, October 11, 2020. Our hours are 9:30am to 5pm on these dates. Please note, we are closed on Columbus Day (Monday, October 12, 2020).
What is open?
During Fall Weekends we anticipate having all of our rides open for your enjoyment; we anticipate opening our water park, provided air temperatures reach at least 65 degrees (the water is not heated); and we have two shows scheduled in the Polar Theater, “A Tinkerdoodle Christmas” and “Santa’s Light Show.” We also anticipate having all of our dining and gift shops open. And, Santa and his reindeer are here to meet our guests. Closures will be listed at our Ticket Booth each day.
What should we wear?
We recommend dressing comfortably for a day at an amusement park. Shirts and shoes are required throughout Santa’s Village, except when playing in the water park. We recommend bringing layers as temperatures can vary during the day. In the event of a fall shower, we offer complimentary ponchos in many of our gift shops. And if it’s warm, remember to bring your swimsuit in case you’d like to enjoy the water park!