Plan A Visit
Visit us in Santa Claus, Indiana to take a stroll through history at the Santa Claus Museum, featuring letters to Santa dating back to the 1930s. Pay a visit to the historic, 1935 Santa Claus Statue and the newly relocated 1856 Santa Claus Post Office, where children can sit at antique school desks and pen their letters to Santa. Don’t forget to tour the beautiful, 1880 Santa Claus Church and stop in the museum gift shop for a souvenir of your visit.
Hours of Operation
Starting Monday, December 23, 2013, the Santa Claus Museum & Village is closed for the season. We will re-open in May, 2014.
If you would like to schedule a visit for your tour group, school, club, or organization, please contact us at 812-544-2434 or firstname.lastname@example.org for fees and details.
Admission is free and open to the public, but we do rely on your generous donations to help fund the museum’s efforts to preserve our history for the enjoyment of future generations. All donations and gift shop proceeds also help Santa’s Elves purchase the postage necessary to mail thousands of letters from Santa each year. We suggest a donation of $2 per person or $5 per family.
You can also find us on www.familydaysout.com
Santa Claus Museum and Village
69 N. State Road 245
Santa Claus, IN 47579
Featured Letters to Santa
Lynn wants a “Suzie Maker Oven.” “How is Mrs. Santa?” she asks. She also...
Nope, Daniel isn’t an adult. Just a kid that wants a house… and a picture of Santa...
This little guy wants a stocking full of candy and a copper colored Stingray bike for Christmas,...
He has lots of very particular items he’d like: “I want a trip to Pennsylvania by...
This child’s letter lists a whopping one hundred four gifts including “a big can of...