Archives for Historic Santa Statue

21
Jun
2013
Hit the Brakes

Hit the Brakes

By Kathleen Crews on June 21, 2013 in News with No Comments

Our giant Santa Claus Statue has recently been named a Brake-Worthy Attraction! Pick-up a copy of the new, 2014 Deluxe North America Road Atlas by Kappa, and turn to the special section on Roadside Attractions. You’ll find the Santa Claus Statue listed as one of the two, must-see, “brake-worthy” attractions in Indiana.  Standing 22-feet-tall and […]

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26
Jan
2012
Moving Right Along

Moving Right Along

By santa-admin on January 26, 2012 in A Day at the Museum Town History with 1 Comment

Every December, there are lots of jokes that Santa “works just one day a year.” But we know better, don’t we? And his Elves keep busy year-round, too. Take Millie, for instance. She is over by the former Betsy Ross Doll House in Holiday World. Former? That’s right. The doll house is moving out of the park! Don’t worry, […]

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25
Oct
2011
NOW CLOSED: Santa’s Elves Workshop

NOW CLOSED: Santa’s Elves Workshop

By santa-admin on October 25, 2011 in A Day at the Museum with 6 Comments

UPDATE-Dec. 22, 2011:  Santa’s Elves Workshop is now closed for the season. We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. As always, we look forward to your visit in 2012! Please feel free to stop by and see the newly restored Historic 1935 Santa Statue. For directions to our […]

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19
May
2011
Santa Statue Restoration Update

Santa Statue Restoration Update

By santa-admin on May 19, 2011 in A Day at the Museum with No Comments

Today marks the first time in a long time our dear Santa has been without a layer of chipped and fading paint. With days worth of scraping and stripping, all of the paint has been removed from the Santa Statue. We’ve joked he got a “chemical peel” or “dermabrasion” to smooth out his blemishes. The […]

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25
Apr
2011
The Historic Santa Statue Restoration Begins

The Historic Santa Statue Restoration Begins

By santa-admin on April 25, 2011 in A Day at the Museum with No Comments

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