LETS GO ON SANTA'S JOURNEY
Hover over the interactive map below to find out more about your journey.
WINTER WONDERLAND STATION
Arrive 15 minutes before your journey begins and enjoy a complementary mulled wine or hot chocolate as you wait to hear the sound of your train pulling in and your conductor calling on all passengers travelling on Santa’s Journey to please board the train.
Meet Santa’s reindeer. See where they live when resting after a hard nights work pulling Santa's sleigh.
Setting off from the station you will head out onto the enchanted grounds where your first stop will be Santa’s runway. See Santa’s runway where he will be taking off on Christmas Eve to visit children all over the world.
The journey will continue through the forest and alongside the talking trees. Listen closely as these winter trees share stories and secrets about the winter wonderland experience.
CANDY CANE LANE
The train will then travel through the magical Candy Cane lane where children will be excited by the magical decorations and lighting surrounding these life-size candy canes.
Keep your eyes peeled as you pass through the elves Christmas village. Try to spot Wolfgang the elf working on his latest invention and make sure to have your waves and smiles ready for Happy and his pals! They just loves to see all of your smiling faces.
SANTA'S SLEIGH WASH
Did you know that Santa travels over 20,000 miles a year across the globe in his sleigh? Yep thats right and to make sure his trips go according to plan he likes to make sure his sleigh is squeeky clean and always ready for take off. Keep your eyes peeled to see if his sleigh has been parked up as you make your way off the train and into Santa’s workshop.
Santa’s weather station, Santa’s Show, meet Santa, photo opportunity with Santa.
Come and see the live animals that Santa Keeps at the north pole.
POST OFFICE & MRS CLAUS CABIN
Santas Post office receives tonnes of letters every year from children all over the world. See Mrs Claus cabin where she makes cookies and sandwiches for the elves.
See where the elves sleep and rest after a hard days work with Santa.
North Pole Post Office
Santa's Post Office receives tonnes of letters every year from children all over the world. See Mrs Claus cabin where she makes cookies and sandwiches for the elves.
Elves take a long time to graduate and become a fully qualified elf. In the classrooms they learn everything from looking after the reindeer to making toys.
Welcome to Santa’s Journey
As Christmas approaches, Santa, with the help of his industrious elves and Mrs. Claus have created a magical journey in the foothills of the Wicklow mountains. This enchanted train journey, lasting approximately 30 minutes, sets off from Winter Wonderland Station stopping to see Santa’s Runway, The Talking Trees, Candy Cane Lane, Elves Village and many more exciting attractions along the way before joining Santa Claus in his workshop for an incredible show. Santa’s Journey kicks off on the 25th of November and runs every weekend until Christmas in the beautiful grounds of Djouce Golf Club, Roundwood, Co Wicklow.
Guests will then be invited into the warmth of Wonderland lodge where the journey continues as Mrs Claus surprises guests with a visit to the elves quarters (shhhh) before stopping off at North Pole Post Office to witness first hand how the elves are preparing all of the letters for Santa Claus to read. Have your letters stamped by one of Santa’s elves to ensure you get first priority this year. The journey comes to an end as guests are invited into the Winter lodge Cafe where hot drinks and festive treats will be available for purchase.
Tickets cost €12.50 for adults and €18 for children which includes a free gift from Santa.
Santa’s Journey opens on Saturday the 25th of November and runs every Sat/Sun until the 23rd December.