A Fun Holiday Road Trip in Indiana

Children playing and building a snowman

If you love road trips in your Cadillac, it’s the perfect time of year to get out and explore Indiana. This season, head out on a fun holiday road trip to Santa Claus, Indiana.

Holiday Shopping

Why not get your holiday shopping done somewhere festive? Santa Claus is home to holiday-themed gift shops, like Darlena’s Holiday andGift Shoppe, the Evergreen Boutique and Christmas Shop, the Santa Claus Christmas Store, and Santa’s Toys.

Santa Claus Museum

This historic museum contains everything Santa Claus-related you’d ever want to find! Open on weekends, this museum has special events through the holiday season and explores the town’s Christmas-themed history.

Frosty’s Fun Center

This is the perfect outing for families or friends. Frosty’s is an arcade and restaurant that has yummy food like top-tier ice cream as well as tons of arcade games, from racing to foosball.

Santa Claus Post Office

This is an infamous place to stop when visiting Santa Claus. It’s extra fun during the holiday season to get your mail stamped here – since the stamp is completely unique to Santa Claus – sporting holly berries and the jolly man himself.

Santa Claus Land of Lights

The Land of Lights is the perfect holiday activity. You can drive through in your Cadillac and see Christmas light displays that tell the stories of Santa, Rudolph, and all the reindeer.

From the Mike Raisor Cadillac family to yours, have a happy holiday season.

Winter Events: The Purdue Christmas Show

Purdue Christmas Show

If you’re looking for something to do this winter, consider the annual Purdue Christmas Show. As the Purdue Musical Organization’s premier annual production, you can experience an unforgettable performance by some of Purdue’s most talented students, including classic carols and new tunes to get you in the mood for the holiday season.

According to Purdue, tickets have been on sale since August, which means you should buy tickets as soon as possible so you don’t miss your chance. The show times are Saturday, December 1 at noon, 4:00 p.m., and 8:00 p.m. If you can’t make it Saturday, you can also see the show on Sunday, December 2 at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $35 for adults, $12 for children, and $27 for seniors.

The official Purdue Christmas Show website reads: “The magical, lyrical annual campus miracle known as the Purdue Christmas Show is PMO’s premier production. Don’t miss our pinnacle, most powerful production of the year!”

The show will be held at the Elliott Hall of Music, a 6,000-seat proscenium-style theatre that is among the largest in the world. You can order tickets online through Tickmaster.com, visit the box offices in Pao Hall or the Stewart Center, or order by phone. With incredible choreography, song-and-dance numbers, and truly classic holiday songs, this is one event you don’t want to miss.

If you need a vehicle with which to arrive to the Christmas Show in style, be sure to check out our lineup at Mike Raisor Cadillac.