Santa's Candy Castle in Santa Claus, Indiana Santa's Candy Castle in Santa Claus, Indiana

Santa’s Candy Castle

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating (Based on 272 reviews)
15499 State Route 245 Santa Claus, IN 47579

Contact Information

(800) 356-1935
Santa's Candy Castle

The historic castle was dedicated in 1935, blending old-world charm with modern-day fun. Visit Santa’s Candy Castle for a magical experience for believers of all ages.

Find a large selection of old-fashioned & hard-to-find candy, decadent hand-made confections, more than 30 flavors of cocoa, Frozen Hot Chocolate & more. Log onto the “North Pole Network” to chat with one of Santa’s elves. If it goes well, you can earn an official Good List Certificate.

Special events are held throughout the year. This attraction is open seasonally — May through December — and hours may vary.

Santa’s Candy Castle is located one mile south of Holiday World.

Click here to see the hours of operation for local attractions and restaurants.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 272 reviews

Must do in Santa Claus

4 Reviewed 11-16-19

My wife and I stopped here while visiting the area. A huge selection of candy and specialty hot chocolate. Staff was super friendly Read More


5 Reviewed 11-14-19

My daughters and grandchildren visited Santa's Candy Castle during a recent stay at Lake Rudolph. It was awesome. So many things to choose from. Employees were excellent. The grounds were so... Read More

Absolutely Love Santa's Candy Castle

5 Reviewed 11-07-19

My family and I absolutely Love Santa's Candy Castle. They have excellent employees, nice and polite. Always willing to help. They have amazing products. Most definitely a need to place to visit any... Read More

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