Santa Claus Museum & Village in Santa Claus, Indiana Santa Claus Museum & Village in Santa Claus, Indiana

Santa Claus Museum & Village

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating (Based on 126 reviews)
69 State Road 245 Santa Claus, IN 47579

Contact Information

(812) 544-2434

Visit the Santa Claus Museum & Village to step into the town’s fascinating history. Explore a collection of original town buildings dating back to 1856. Write a letter to Santa from the town’s first post office. And, feel the ageless beauty as you walk into the completely original 1880 Santa Claus Church. Visit the fully restored 1935 Santa Statue, towering 22 feet tall and “dedicated to the children of the world.”

Send your letter to Santa year-round; personalized replies are sent in December!

P.O. Box 1
Santa Claus, IN 47579

This attraction is open seasonally and hours may vary. 


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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 126 reviews

Fun! Please the letters from the kids to SANTA.

5 Reviewed 08-24-21

Short tour but interesting! Walk around the grounds, visit the church. Good picture opportunities . The original post office is there. Read More

Friendly & free info on town of Santa Claus

4 Reviewed 07-03-21

Worth a 15 min or so stop to learn the history of the town of Santa Claus. The lady working on Thursday was the friendliest person we met in Indiana. It is free with a suggested donation. We donated... Read More

Great Experience!

4 Reviewed 06-02-21

What a great place to visit! I had seen this advertised before, then saw the TV special on HGTV. The museum was so informative and the grounds were nice. We enjoyed writing letters to Santa... Read More

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