The best places to meet Santa Claus

Santa’s village


Are you going in Ontario during the Holidays? Santa’s Village in Bracebridge is definitely worth the ride. This little town, about 200 km north of Toronto, has a wonderful site that is now one of the most popular attractions of Ontario. It is a bit expensive but a lot of activities are included in the admission fee: sleigh ride, ice-skating, slides, indoor activities to warm up, ginger cookies decorating, coloring, letters to Santa, s’mores… In addition to meeting the man himself and listening to him reading stories, children will be allowed to feed deer on site. Furthermore, Santa Claus and his elves will teach children about the most eco-friendly ways of treating our planet. Between rides and lemonades, no child will get bored.

On December 22, 23, 28 and 29 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Adults: $29.95 (taxes not included)        
Children under 2: free
Children aged 2 to 4: $24.95 (taxes not included)
Children aged 5 and over: $29.95 (taxes not included)
Seniors: $24.95 (taxes not included)

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