Utah November 29, 2016
The Charming Christmas Village In Utah You’ll Want To Visit This Season
Since 1961, Utahns from all over the state have visited the Christmas Village in Ogden. With its adorable cottages and sparkling lights, how can you not be enchanted by this charming little village?
Ogden's Christmas Village opened for the first time in 1961. It was originally just a small attraction.
Today, the Christmas Village is one of the most-visited Christmas attractions in the state. The village includes 70 cottages, tons of twinkle lights and nightly entertainment.
The village is alight every night. Wander through this winter wonderland from 5:00 p.m. to midnight.
The Christmas Village is free!
Make sure to bundle up nice and warm so you can spend a lot of time checking out these adorable little cottages.
The Christmas Village is located at 343 25th Street in Ogden. If you're coming from out of town, consider riding Front Runner - the station is within walking distance.
While you're in the village, visit Santa and Mrs. Claus. They're in Santa's Cottage Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm, Saturday from 5pm to 9pm.
Santa's Castle is right in front of the amphitheater. Check out a few of the other cottages...
The Ben Lomond Hotel
AmeriCan-Fix-It Ski Shop
Carnegie Free Library
The North Pole Nature Center
Kris Kringle's Cupcakery Bake Shop
North Pole Theater
Click here for an interactive map that shows you the location and details for each cottage. You can vote for your favorite online.
If you grew up here in Utah, odds are good that the Ogden Christmas Village is on your family's Christmas Traditions List. You can visit now through January 1st.
Kids and adults alike will delight in this unique event. If you haven’t been yet, don’t miss out another year.