6 Can’t Miss Events in November

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November is a time for giving and being thankful.

This is also a great time for a weekend getaway before the hectic holiday season sets in. There are tons of events and festivities happening this month. Take the opportunity to spend time with family and friends and jump-start the holiday rush.

Maybe even sneak in some shopping and check some gifts off your Christmas list.

Experience what it was like during the dark nights of typical frontier living on a Candlelight Walk. Lanterns will light the way as you walk the path to the 1820s frontier cabin and the Living Historical Farm on November 17, 2018.

Santa's Candy Castle

You don’t have to wait until Christmas to experience brilliant LED lights. The Santa Claus Land of Lights at Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort begins Thanksgiving night, November 22, 2018! Drive through this 1.2-mile light adventure that tells the shining story of Rudolph.

Ever wonder what it would be like to chat with an elf? Find out at Santa’s Candy Castle. Log into the “North Pole Network” to chat with one of Santa’s helpful elves and earn an official Good List Certificate!

Interested in seeing how big those reindeer are that pull Santa’s Sleigh? While you’re browsing over 3,000 specialty toys at Santa’s TOYS, bring your family to see the Live Reindeer.

Santa's TOYS

Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire… Jack Frost Nipping at your Nose.” Sit comfy and cozy around the fire to enjoy the centuries-old Christmas tradition. This free, family-friendly event is interactive, too! Try roasting the chestnuts yourself for a great photo opportunity, (use #SantaClausIndiana in your posts to show us your photos!) and give the roasted chestnuts a taste.

The Santa Claus Christmas Celebration kicks off on November 30, 2018. Bring the entire family to enjoy a buffet-style Christmas Dinner with Santa at Santa’s Lodge

There will be magic, music, festive events, and much more for this town-wide celebration spanning the first three weekends of December.

Now that there’s plenty to do, you need a place to stay. Click here for all your lodging options.

To find out what is open, check out the November Monthly Hours.

Events, activities, and classic family traditions await you and your family in Santa Claus, Indiana, and sights throughout Lincoln’s Indiana Boyhood Home.

See you soon!

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