Alaska December 12, 2018
Don’t Let The Holiday Season Pass You By Without A Visit To Santa’s Christmas Factory In Alaska
North Pole, Alaska keeps the holiday spirit going year-round in a town where people are always looking for Santa. In fact, there is a thriving Christmas factory at Santa Clause House where toys are built, Santa is in attendance, and there are reindeer out front. Nothing will complete your holiday season like a trip to Santa Clause House.
Santa Clause House
101 Saint Nicholas Dr
North Pole, AK 99705
The Santa Clause House is open year-round, but it is especially magical at this time of year. There is always hot cocoa and twinkling lights at this iconic Alaskan destination.
Santa and Mrs. Claus are in residency at scheduled times, greeting visitors and available for photos opportunities. You can explore the vast workshop and toy area and find all the things you want to remember North Pole.
The workshop is an immersive experience and the whole place is filled with gifts, ornaments and merriment. The friendly staff will make sure you have a wonderful time.
They sell letters from Santa that you can create yourself and print off form their website. You can also request a letter mailed from Santa in North Pole Alaska to be delivered, if you offer enough notice.
There are reindeer in the fenced yard out front to visit and learn about. These arctic animals thrive in Alaska's cooler temperatures.
The ice sculptures at Christmas in Ice are right next door. Visit both for a completely magical holiday day.
Visit the Christmas factory at Santa Clause House for a wonderful day of holiday magic in Alaska. It's fun for the whole family, and with any luck the northern lights will dance across the sky.
Find out more info about
Santa’s Christmas factory here.
This 82-Year-Old Christmas Festival Is One Of Alaska’s Most Treasured Traditions and you won’t want to miss it. This event is upcoming in Anchorage as well: This Christmas Tree Trail In Alaska Is Like Walking In A Winter Wonderland.
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