Theme Parks

Santa's Village Jefferson

Where is it at?

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Santa's Village
528 Presidential Hwy
Tel: 603 586 4445


Located on US Route 2 one mile West of the village of Jefferson.

Where are we going today?

Ho Ho Ho...the festive season is SO much fun, so it only makes that there is a whole theme park based right around it!

Santa's Village is the perfect festive experience for kids up to around 13 years. There aren't any "big thrill" rides - just fun, charming activities and adventures for the family.

You can experience the park 30 feet off the ground on the sleigh monorail...imagine you are flying over the chimneys ready to drop the presents! Or perhaps you want to drop down that chimney to deliver that skateboard or new doll - hold onto your tummies when you do!

Santa's Village also has those fun bumper cars, great for that friendly competition  with the family, or very cool antique cars where even the littlest of Santa's helpers can get behind the wheel.

Ever seen a classic carousel but with reindeer? Now is your chance! Santa's Express is also a magical experience for those little ones, as they embark on that fun train journey through the park. Top that off with the Christmas Ferris Wheel, Yule log flume and Elf Flying School. and you have yourself a very merry theme park experience!

What's that? You would rather make a SPLASH!? Then you might want to check out the Ho Ho H2O water park! Santa's Village also comes with some fun water features, including a joy ride slide, fun paddling area with sprinklers for those little ones to run through, and that popular tipping just never know when it's going to....DUMP!

Don't forget to check out the joy of Christmas no matter what the season at this fun New Hampshire family theme park and water park...Merry Christmas...every one!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$30
  • Children$30
  • Free Under: 3 years.

When can we go?

Hours vary on the day and month

May to December

I'm Hungry!

Food venues include the Burgermeister Food Court; Nicks Pizza Emporium; Dasher's Delights Snack Bar; Sugar and Spice Bakery; Frosty's Freezer Ice Cream shop; The Jolly Lolly Candy Store; The Polar Expresso; Nutcracker Sweets and The Farm Stand..

Healthy Eating!

You can bring your own picnic lunches into the park! There are picnic tables to use for you, and if you need to re-enter the park you just get your hand stamped.

Any Top Tips?

During summer, the best days to visit are Sundays and Thursdays - they are least busy. .

Doing our bit

They love to keep you nice and safe, so they have height restrictions on some rides for that very purpose!.

Need a little extra help?

Paths are well paved and buildings are accessible. Assistance is available with loading and unloading at our rides though some rides may not be appropriate based on the specific disability. Wheel chairs are available on a limited basis. Head of the Line passes are available for those with special needs. When you arrive, speak to someone who will be able to advise you on the best rides for you .

Baby Facilities

Nursing rooms are available in the Guest Services area. Their staff will gladly help warm baby food/ baby bottles at any of our food shops. Baby changing stations are located in both women's and men's bathrooms and in the nursing rooms. Family style bathrooms located throughout the park..

Can I get one of those?

New Hampshire and White Mountains souvenirs for children and adults are available. Customized ornaments and embroidery available..

More information

If you arrive within 3 hours of closing, you can get a Return Pass to visit the park again for a whole full day!.

What people are saying?

  • "Wonderful day!"

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    I hadn't been to Santa's Village since 1978, and it was like seeing it for the first time. My 6 year old had a blast as did the adults. He had so much fun finding the alphabet elves. The water park was a blast and perfect for a hot summer day. The changing area was clean as were the restrooms. I can't comment on the food because we brought a picnic but the snacks were good and reasonably priced. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I feel like we really got our money's worth for the day and will be back again in the future.

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