Yankee Candle Village Deerfield
Where is it at?
Yankee Candle Village
25 Greenfield Road South
Tel: 877 636 7707
Where are we going today?
There is something magical about a candle. Around the holidays, when all the lights are out except for that flickering glow of the candles dotted around the room as you listen to music an enjoy good food and the company of your family and friends.
At Yankee Candle Village, it's not just a shop, but a New England world of charm, fairy tales and a place where you can get hands-on with making your own candles!
In Wax Works, the most popular feature, you and your family can create your own multi color wax sculpture, as well as built a super cool candle that lasts 35 hours and even create your own scent!
You can even get your own Hollywood Candle Wax of Fame and create a lasting impression of your hands!
There is a fantasy filled Waterfall Courtyard and Nutcracker Castle where you can visit the one and only Santa in his Enchanted Toy Workshop!
What do you think he might be making, and an even better question - do you think it might be for you!?
You can visit Santa all year round in his Bavarian style winter wonderland, filled to the brim with festive features that will captivate all the kids.
Snow in summer? There is here!
You can listen to music by the Candle Mountain Boys, wander around the Kringle Market and enjoy some treats at Mrs Claus's Bakery and Cafe. Mmmmm, we can smell those goodies from here!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsFree entry but some activities charge.
When can we go?
7 days a week 10am to 6pm / Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, 10am to 5pm.
Mrs. Claus' Bakery and Cafe welcomes you to sit down, put your feet up and have a delicious meal! .
Any Top Tips?
It's great around those seasonal times of the year! .
Need a little extra help?
If you have disabilities just give them a call before hand and see what accessibility they have!.
Can I get one of those?
Plenty of shopping available! Candles, markets, foods...perhaps take an extra bag just in case! .
What people are saying?
by Shirley Jerome
My daughter, granddaughter, and I are from North Carolina. We were in Massachusetts visiting family and stopped by your store. This is the second time we have been to a Yankee Candle, the last was almost 12 years ago. My granddaughter dipped candles and the gentleman who helped her was extremely nice and gave her plenty of time to make her choices and wanted to be sure it was done as she liked. I loved the paintings sold there and really regret that I did not purchase one to be shipped back.
by Donna Hyatt
I Love Yankee Candle! I Was there when it First opened as a Small Store.
Now, with All the different Stores throughout the 1 Store, it offers "much more"! It's Almost like a Mall, only it's in 1 Huge Store! AWESOME!
5 Stars isn't Enough, for This place! I'd give it a Zillion!!!!!
by GABBY GAGNER
by Kim Farnham
We stopped at Yankee Candle on our way home from a family vacation...it was my first time, but it won't be my last.
Loved the crafts for the children. I'm planning on bring my Great Niece in so she can do a wax of her hand, and to just have a blast.
The only thing that I found disturbing was the fact that children were not being attended to by their parents. They were running around and not caring who they were running into or being aware of the fact that there were breakables nearby.
by Joshua Hastings
The prices are outrageous for anyone that has anykind of budget seriously. Sometimes they have sales around christmas and other holidays and offer buy 1 get 1 free candles and sell the candles that get colored wrong for a good discount which brings them down to what you should be paying in the first place if the name YANKEE CANDLE wasn't on the label. It's a very nice building(the main one) and the additions they have made are beautiful including the car museum which has some amazing ones. If your young enough or have enough money then it's...Read More
by Joshua Hastings
The prices are outrageous for anyone that has anykind of budget seriously. Sometimes they have sales around christmas and other holidays and offer buy 1 get 1 free candles and sell the candles that get colored wrong for a good discount which brings them down to what you should be paying in the first place if the name YANKEE CANDLE wasn't on the label. It's a very nice building(the main one) and the additions they have made are beautiful including the car museum which has some amazing ones. If your young enough or have enough money then it's a place you could spend a whole afternoon but for me it's just not worth it. I can get the same quality candles at Walmart for 1/4th of the price literally. That's sad.