Merry Christmas from Santa Claus! December 25, 2013 · by Browsing the Atlas · in Indiana. · There’s only one Santa, but there are more than 20 Santa statues in Santa Claus, Indiana. Here are a few, wishing you a Merry Christmas! The original Santa statue, dedicated to the children of the world. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailLinkedInRedditTumblrPocketLike this:Like Loading... Related
Merry Christmas! (Wow, that is a lot of Santas…!)
I didn’t even find them all, but felt I’d found enough. There were plenty of live Santas, too. One nearly everywhere we went.
Cute! The summer Santa in shorts made me laugh 🙂
Hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas!
I liked the summer Santa, too. Our Christmas was wonderful. I hope yours was, too!
I love towns like this–that take some theme and run with it. So fun to visit.
I agree. Definitely forms a sense of community.
The poor kids in the town must be sick of Santa by the time Christmas comes 😦 Hey Julie, I just read that Roy Rogers was born in Cincinnati 🙂 Happy Christmas.
I think I knew that about Roy Rogers. I know Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley came to Cincinnati quite often. Cincinnati is one of those cities that people pass through, unaware of all its history.
How fun. I love the last statue!
It’s probably the most meaningful. I’m not sure which is my favorite. I kinda like the Welcome sign and statue.
a very cool yule
Thanks! It really was.
Love it all! Belated Merry Christmas. Wishing you and your family the joyful, exciting magic of the holidays always.
How incredibly right you were, my friend!
This is the place for me!
I’d definitely fit right in…It’s on my ‘must-see’ list!!
You must have the Christmas spirit in your heart. 🙂 Hope you do see it for yourself.
There is a place named Santa Claus?? I am getting quite an education on your blog today Juliann! 🙂 Hope your Christmas was joyous, and the year ahead is filled with many happy adventures!
How interesting to read this post. Well, the real Santa lives in Finland at Arctic Circle. LOL.
Not in Indiana? Are you sure??? 😉