For those who always wanted to meet Santa Claus, we have good news! Now you can come to Lapland Christmas village, the official town of Santa Claus and meet the man himself. Have a little chat with Santa, take photos and tell him your Christmas' wishes. Located in the beautiful town of Rovaniemi in Lapland, this official Santa Village is open all year round. That means that with us you can have a unique Christmas experience any time of the year.
This is a perfect family excursion your kids will absolutely love. In Santa Claus holiday village you can ride a snowmobile, go on a husky or a reindeer ride, and shop for gifts. We will also take you to the Santa's House of Snowmobiles, where you can see the permanent exhibition of most popular snowmobiles of Lapland. We will also take you to wonderful Snowman World – a hotel made of ice and snow, where you can meet the snowmen, eat in an icy restaurant and have fun in a lovely winter wonderland.
When it comes to getting there, forget about the sleigh ride, or a bus, as we will pick you up in a cozy minivan and take you to magical Santa Claus village of Rovaniemi. The ride takes about 10 to 15 minutes. Once we get there our friendly guide will tell you more about the village and share with you the best things to do in Lapland. What sets us apart is that we limit our groups to 8 persons only. We insist on small private groups so we could help you have an intimate authentic experience with friends and family.
Send your friends original cards from Santa's post office using a special Arctic Circle postmark not available anywhere else in the world. With a help of Santa's elves write your friends best wishes and share the Lapland holiday cheer any time of the year. Santa's elves work with Finland's national postal service, so you can be sure that your friends will receive the postcards.
On top of that, we will take you to a special ceremony of the Arctic Circle crossing. The Arctic Circle runs through Rovaniemi and you can cross it right there in Santa’s Village. The legend says that Arctic Circle is a stress-free zone and that the northern you go the happier you become. The fun part is getting the certificate of the crossing.