The Santa House is located in a log cabin inside Veterans Memorial Park ( just south of the Bay County Community Center) in Bay City, Michigan.
Another interesting attraction to see while
visiting the Santa House is a historic homestead built in 1837/38, known as the Trombley House. It’s also open to the public on specific days during the holiday season.
The Santa House is “free”...
The Santa House is a non-profit organization which operates on donations from the public that allow all children, regardless of their financial situation or age, to visit the Santa House.
Things you’ll see at the Santa House...
The first thing you’ll see is our brightly and colorfully lighted log cabin and yard. Visitors can peak through the windows from the porch to get a glimpse of what’s inside Santa’s workshop.
Inside are hundreds of toys of all kinds everywhere you look. Something enjoyed by all ages is Santa’s miniature train which chugs along on tracks mounted high on the walls near the ceiling.
Visitors don’t get bored while waiting their turn to visit with Santa, as there are fascinating animated displays throughout each of the rooms. A popular one is the kitchen display where elves are busy making cookies and other goodies. (You can see some other in “The Santa House Tour.”)
Don’t forget to bring along your camera to get some amazing pictures.
The Santa House is open...
The open daily beginning with the first Saturday after Thankgiving from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
In addition, we are open Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Of course... the Santa House website is open 24/7 all year.