Most famous Attractions of Santa’s Village

Most famous Attractions of Santa's

Jefferson, NH, United States: Santa’s Village is a children’s theme park inspired by the spirit of the Christmas season. Founded in 1953 by Normand and Cecile Dubois, the park has 20 rides, three theatres, two for live shows and one for 3-D movie called “A Tinkerdoodle Christmas.”

It was named one of the Top 25 Amusement Parks – US for three consecutive years by TripAdvisor in its Travelers’ Choice Awards, based on reviews by guests. The family that founded the park over sixty years ago – now in its third generation, with the fourth just beginning to work as well – continues to own and operate a safe, clean, friendly park in a rural forest setting. It’s a rather isolated location without much surrounding it, and most of our guests drive at least five hours round-trip to visit, so the entire staff strives to make every interaction of every visit well worth the drive and the commitment it takes from the guests. “As a children’s theme park inspired by the spirit of the Christmas season, it’s our mission to spread Pure Joy. Family Style,” says Jim Miller, spokes person of the park.

Skyway Sleigh includes a photo spot that captures the entire family together as they ride. Santa’s Village Skyway Sleigh photo is the feature of many families’ annual Christmas cards sent to family and friends. “Our signature ride would probably be our Skyway Sleigh monorail that gives guests a bird’s eye view of a good portion of the park,” said Jim Miller.
Early in the summer (late June and early July) is a terrific time to visit — it’s before the busier days in August. At the water park all the rides are open, and performance of their live show can be enjoyed.

Christmastime weekends (mid November to mid December) are magical — even though the water park and water based rides are closed, and their performers are done for the year, Santa’s Village in the holiday season features about half a million Christmas lights throughout the park and the atmosphere is ideal for enjoying the spirit of the season — and most of the rides are open at this time of year.

Most famous attractions of Santa’s Village

 Rudy's Rapid Transit Roller Coaster - the first coaster for many children, and one that parents and children thoroughly enjoy together; we send it around for two circuits each ride.

Rudy’s Rapid Transit Roller Coaster – the first coaster for many children, and one that parents and children thoroughly enjoy together; we send it around for two circuits each ride.

The Skyway Sleigh monorail - the entire family often sits together in one car and takes a great all-inclusive family photo available for purchase as a keepsake of the day's enjoyment.

The Skyway Sleigh monorail – the entire family often sits together in one car and takes a great all-inclusive family photo available for purchase as a keepsake of the day’s enjoyment.

The Great Humbug Adventure - there are very few dark rides in our region, and this one includes light guns to tickle the humbugs; the cars keep score for who does the most tickling, and kids love competing against their parents in this ride.

The Great Humbug Adventure – there are very few dark rides in our region, and this one includes light guns to tickle the humbugs; the cars keep score for who does the most tickling, and kids love competing against their parents in this ride.

Santa's Express Train at Jingle Bell Junction - almost everyone rides the train at a theme park, and for many children it's a very memorable highlight.

Santa’s Express Train at Jingle Bell Junction – almost everyone rides the train at a theme park, and for many children it’s a very memorable highlight.

The Yule Log Flume - builds great anticipation as it winds through the evergreen forest before climbing to a surprisingly intimidating family-style splash-down.

The Yule Log Flume – builds great anticipation as it winds through the evergreen forest before climbing to a surprisingly intimidating family-style splash-down.

 Image courtesy: Santa’s Village

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