Santa’s Village Bracebridge Ontario Labour Day Offers: FREE Admission On September 1st (Value of $35)!

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Want to visit Santa early this year and make sure that you are on his Nice List?

While most places are closed this Monday, September 1st 2014 for Labour Day, Santa’s Village in Bracebridge, Ontario is open for business! Not only is it open,  but admission on Labour Day is absolutely FREE! 

The Free Admission to Santa’s Village will allow you to check out the village, take a photo with Santa.. tell him why you should be on the nice list! You can also play on the Elves’ Island, watch the live show of the day… maybe even check out the new Spray n Play Beach if weather permits. No coupon is required to take advantage of this deal,  just first come first serve for FREE admission. Admission would normally cost $35 for children ages 3 and up.

The rides will cost money, however, and the tickets cost $3.50 each! Some of the rides require 1 or 2 tickets per person. They include Go Karts, Mini Golf, Laser Tag, Roller Coasters, Trains, Bi Planes, Bungee Trampoline, Batting Cages, and Rock Walls. Purchase a book of 10 tickets for $30.00 plus tax.

Click here to check out Santa’s Village!

2 responses to “Santa’s Village Bracebridge Ontario Labour Day Offers: FREE Admission On September 1st (Value of $35)!”

  1. Julie says:

    The tickets are for Sportsland which is just next door to Santa’s Village, and tickets for Sportsland are never included in admission to S.V.

    In Santa’s Village itself, there are rides for little kids (carousel, planes, ferris wheel), swan boats, an adventure playground and a small rollercoaster. For younger kids, the stuff in Santa’s Village itself is more than enough.

  2. nicole says:

    Also, Rudolph’s Funland attractions are 1/2 price after 7pm, Mon to Fri (including holidays). You still have to purchase the book of 10 tickets for $30 but the attractions only cost 1/2 the number of tickets they usually do. For example, the go-carts are usually 2 tickets but after 7 they only cost 1 ticket. We have taken advantage of this deal many times on our way home from the cottage and the kids love it! They close at 9 and we have never found it to be overly busy after 7. Rudolph’s Funland is definitely better for older kids, Santa’s Village is better for younger kids however there are a few things for the older kids there too. If school didn’t start tomorrow I would be there 🙁


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