Start your holiday tradition at The Santa Claus House in North Pole, where it's Christmas every day.
Christmas Eve. The sharp, pungent scent of pine. The reflection of twinkling, colored lights in every window and mirror. The scent of gingerbread. Stockings carefully hung. Milk and cookies left for Santa. The joyful anticipation of unknown treasures when morning finally arrived. The temptation to stay up into the wee hours of the night, to catch a glimpse of Santa’s cherry red coat or team of magical reindeer. No one experiences the sheer, unadulterated joy of the Christmas spirit like a child. Unencumbered by adult concerns, children can feel the miracle of the holiday, absorbing traditions and memories that will last a lifetime.
Have you ever wondered where some of our Holiday Traditions come from? Listen to Alaska's New Country 102.5 KIAK-FM to hear about various traditions and their origins, from why we use a Christmas Tree to what brings you luck on Christmas morning. These delightful stories will bring you closer to the spirit of the holiday season – all brought to you by the Santa Claus House where it’s Christmas every day.
101 St. Nicholas Drive
North Pole, Alaska 99705
907 - 488 - 2200
1 - 800 - 588 - 4078