Giddy Up at Santa’s Stables

Who’s ready to hit the trails at Santa’s Stables? Saddle up because Santa’s Stables opens for the season on March 30, 2019. Relax in the …

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Trip Tips: Free Things To Do

Have you ever heard the words FUN and FREE used in the same sentence? Well, it happens around here quite a lot. Take a look …

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Wilmes Farmhouse

Imagine waking up after a restful sleep and placing your feet on beautiful hardwood floors that lead to a spacious kitchen where you can cook …

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Four Fun Farm Facts

Each summer, families make it a point to stop at the Living Historical Farm at Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial where the workday runs at a …

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10 Ways to Enjoy Spring

The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and seasonal attractions are ready to open. Spring has sprung! Make the most of spring: 1. Take a …

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Trip Tips – Business Hours and Time Zone

“When are they open?” That’s a question we get a lot at the Spencer County Visitors Bureau. To help you make plans, the current month’s …

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Santa Claus Christmas Celebration

VISIT SANTA CLAUS, INDIANA Experience Santa Claus, Indiana, during the three-weekend Santa Claus Christmas Celebration each December. Special events and holiday traditions take over the …

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Download Map

Sometimes you just need a map. What is the closest hotel to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari? How do I find the Lincoln Pioneer Village …

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Celebrate and Read

It’s Read Across America Day!  Around the town of Santa Claus, it’s A Visit from St. Nicholas, A Christmas Carol, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas (yes, they were all books first), that make …

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Letters to Santa

A guest post by Emily Thompson, former Executive Director of the Santa Claus Museum & Village.  “Dear Santa Claus, Indiana, Does Santa Claus live in …

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Spring Fever

We have spring fever, what about you? Even though we have seen a few snow flurries recently, the first day of spring is only a …

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The Beginning of the End to Slavery

On this day in 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed a proclamation that abolished slavery in Washington D.C. Eight and a half months later, President Lincoln would …

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