Santa’s Candy Castle
Dedicated in 1935, the historic castle blends old-world charm with modern-day fun, providing a magical experience for believers of all ages.
The castle offers a large selection of old-fashioned & hard-to-find candy, decadent hand-made confections, more than 30 flavors of cocoa, Frozen Hot Chocolate & more.
Guests can log onto the “North Pole Network” to chat with one of Santa’s elves and earn an official Good List Certificate. A variety of special events are held throughout the year.
Santa’s Candy Castle is located one mile south of Holiday World. This attraction is open seasonally and hours may vary.
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SUPER FUN!Reviewed 06-20-17
We went to Santa's Candy Castle, and had such a nice time! The owner is super friendly, and brought out the Jelly Belly "Bean-Boozled" game, in which everyone spins the wheel, and has to eat the... Read More
Why did it take us so long to visit?Reviewed 06-18-17
I am embarrassed to say that my family visits this town each year at least once for a vacation, dating 7 years back and we have never visited Santa's Candy Castle until this year. What a gem! The... Read More
Christmas ornamentsReviewed 06-14-17
There is more ornaments than one could imagine. Each and every one is of good quality, and unique. Children are able to go online to text with an elf. There is homemade candy and books for sale too. Read More
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