The longer we live in Ogden, the more and more we love it. It truly is a hidden gem. This Christmas Village has been a tradition in Ogden since 1962.
Ogden's Christmas Village has so much to see, do, touch and smell. I feel like these are incredibly important things when taking toddlers ANYWHERE.
You can walk right up to each home and peek inside.
Each one is so unique. I love how each one has such great detail.
We went on Sunday night, so they didn't have the Miniature Train ride going, otherwise Aiko would have loved it!
The miniature Union Station is one of my favorites.
Open the Saturday after Thanksgiving through January 1st.
Santa greets children in his castle Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. All children are invited to visit with Santa and share their wish lists and Christmas letters. Photos with Santa are available for $5 and proceeds benefit Christmas Village.
Visitors will enjoy Santa’s Store located within Christmas Village featuring gifts and curios to help commemorate and share the Christmas Village spirit. The store is open Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. Proceeds from the sale of Christmas Village sweatshirts, posters, and Christmas cards will help fund new lights and displays for years to come.
Come take a ride on The Polar Express Train. Travel through a tunnel featuring artwork done in glow-in-the-dark paint. The train rides are available Monday through Friday from 6pm to 9pm and on Saturday from 5pm to 9pm. The train is located on the east side of the park, near the Fallen Firefighters Memorial.
Reindeer are planning to make a stop in Christmas Village on December 19th and 20th from 6pm to 8pm both nights. They will be located in the plaza near Santa’s Castle.
Strollers are easy to push. It's kind of crowded on the weekends, so trying going during the week.