When to See It
6:00pm - 9:00pm
November 23 - December 31
What to See
Supporting Toys for Tots
Decorating since 2013
Added on Dec 01, 2015
News about Santa's Village
Opening Thanksgiving night, thru New Years Eve.
Description of Santa's Village
WELCOME TO SANTA's
You are invited to visit Santa's Village - A collection of lights, animated characters and Christmas characters for you and your children to enjoy.
On Friday thru Sunday, as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas, we also run the American Dream Railroad, giving visitors a ride thru the neighborhood.
It is open nightly from 6PM - 9PM, from Thanksgiving thru New Year Eve.
Located at 405 Waverly Hall Drive, it can be reached from the intersection of Woodstock Road (Hiway 92) and Bowen Road. Corner landmarks are Target and CVS Pharmacy. Head south one block and turn right on Waverly Hall Drive and go about six tenths of a mile. Santa'Ã�Â�Ã�Â�s Village is located on the right side.
We hope to see you and that you enjoy your visit.
More info Santa's Village
Between November 23 and December 31 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm see 14000 Christmas lights on the Tacky Light Tour at Santa's Village in Roswell. Santa's Village has been part of the Tacky Light Tour since 2013.
Official information about Santa's Village in Roswell. Get show times and driving directions for the Santa's Village Christmas light display. View pictures and Christmas light videos from Roswell of Santa's Village.
405 Waverly Hall Drive, Roswell,GA 30075 US
Please be careful of people walking on the road, as well as the train, and please do not walk thru the neighbor's yards.
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Trains, falling snow, a Rock'n'Roll Santa Band and so much more. This has to be the best display for kids. The family can walk down the driveway to see a fantastic model train Christmas village inside an enclosed travel trailer. In the trailer there is also an animatronic band of Santa Clauses playing rock and roll. A garage features a life size Christmas village and a snowman was blowing (fake) snow from a window above. The combination of falling snow, an immaculate light display and candy canes for the kids provided by the nicest guy that provides this masterpiece to his community. We were there on a rainy night and heard about a rideable train that runs on most nights. We cannot wait to go back next year!
This is one of the best sites to go visit. They have a train they take you around the neighborhood. Lots of automated figures. Well worth the trip
It's so great for kids and adults. A little workshop in the garage, lots of lights, a 12
Days of Christmas synced lights in the backyard, and the sweet man who owns it gave out candy canes. I think it's great that they are raising money for Toys for Tots. Don't miss this one!