Santa's Candy Castle

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In a Nutshell

Inside candy and Christmas emporium, an interactive computer lab lets kids chat with an elf in the North Pole and tell Santa their wish list

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Four Options

  • $5 for a chat with an elf on The North Pole Network for one ($9.99 value)
  • $9 for a chat with an elf on The North Pole Network for two ($19.98 value)
  • $17 for a chat with an elf on The North Pole Network for four ($39.96 value)
  • $24 for a chat with an elf on The North Pole Network for six ($59.94 value)

Kids visit the Christmas wonderland’s interactive computer lab and log into the North Pole Network in order to chat with an elf. They can tell Santa their Christmas wish list and find out if they’re on his Good list. Good kids get to take home an official Good List certificate to show their family and friends.

Santa's Candy Castle

Everything about Santa's Candy Castle is magical, including its location: Santa Claus, Indiana. Back in the 1850s, this wasn't the townspeople's first choice of name. They were hoping for Santa Fee, but the post office regretfully informed them it was taken. On Christmas Eve, the folks gathered at a town meeting, trying to think of a new name. Suddenly the sound of sleigh bells rang out, the children exclaimed, “Santa Claus!” and the new name was born. The town, featured on Ripley's "Believe It or Not" in the early 1930s, is even more unbelievable today.

That's thanks to Santa's Candy Castle, a red-brick castle built in 1935. Its structure looks straight out of a fairytale, and its contents do too. The candy-filled paradise stocks 31 flavors of gourmet hot chocolate, alongside handmade confections such as salt-water taffy and myriad other sweets that make tasty gifts. A more modern computer lab inside helps kids connect to the North Pole, see if they're on the Good list.

Customer Reviews

The elf part was good for older children. (ages 4 and up) The candy cane castle was great for everyone! The frozen hot chocolate is a must!
Donnica M. · December 22, 2014

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