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April 24, 2014

3 Places to Go Where it’s Christmas Every Day

Santa’s Village

Okay, so it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but if you and your kids are already starting to think about Santa, elves and reindeer, then you may want to pay a visit to one of these Christmas-themed hotels and amusement parks. Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh…nearly every day of the year.

The Inn at Christmas Place (Pigeon Forge, TN): You and your kids will love this Christmas-themed hotel, which features loads of holiday decorations, even Christmas trees in the two-room suites. Enjoy free continental breakfast with character visits seven days a week. As a bonus, come to the lobby on Thursday and Sunday nights between June and December to hear Santa sing and play his guitar.

Santa’s Lodge (Santa Claus, IN): Every day is a holiday at Santa’s Lodge, which offers year-round holiday décor throughout the lodge. Even better, the hotel is just one mile from Holiday World, an amusement park that features a special Christmas section with Rudolph’s Reindeer Ranch and Kringle’s Kafé (open May through October).

Santa’s Village (Jefferson, NH): For Christmas fans, Santa’s Village is a must. This Christmas-themed amusement park is open during the summer and on select weekends from September through December. Take your picture with Santa, feed the reindeer cookies at the barn, catch a show at the Jinglebell Jamboree, and of course, enjoy the rides, like the Santa’s Express Train and the Skyway Sleigh.

Have you been to any other holiday-themed hotels or amusement parks? Let me know in the comments section below.

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Photo Credit: Choo Yut Shing


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  1. I’ve driven past the Inn at Christmas Place more than once but have never taken the time to pop inside. Hoping to change that next time we’re near the Smokies.

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