- TripBuzz found 30 things to do with kids in or near Henderson, Kentucky, including 25 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Evansville and Owensboro.
- From Audubon State Park to Ellis Park Race Course, the Henderson area offers 37 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Race Tracks.
- Henderson is located along the Ohio River in western Kentucky. The city has a popular artistic, music and cultural landscape, as well as offering various natural parks. The city hosts an annual Blues & Barbecue Festival and the annual Bluegrass in the Park Folklife Festival, which is one of the largest bluegrass festivals in the nation.
Upon its completion, the 22-foot tall 1935 Santa Statue was dedicated to the children of the world. Sitting atop the hill in Santa's Village, this is a perfect site to take photographs with family and friends.
During the Christmas season, visitors can take their cars to Mistletoe Drive to see extravagantly decorated homes with Christmas lights. Every street is decorated with a different Christmas theme. The street takes about an hour to drive through.
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39 North Kringle Place, Santa Claus, IN 47579 MoreLess Info
Offering visitors information about the attractions to visit in Spencer County, Spencer County Visitors Bureau has knowledgeable staff members ready to assist people with their trips. The bureau also provides free brochures to visitors.
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78 North Holiday Blvd, Santa Claus, IN 47579 MoreLess Info
With its 1.2 mile-long campground, Santa Claus Land of Lights is the largest holyday light show in North America. With 300 light display pieces and more than 35% of its exhibits being animated, this can prove to be worthy of the family's time.
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452 East Christmas Blvd., Santa Claus, IN 47579 MoreLess Info
Holiday World & Splashin' Safari is a combination water park and theme park that also features a variety of live entertainment. The park offers free tubing and a variety of roller coasters and water slides.
Visitors can view artifacts, documents, and photos related to the development of the town of Santa Claus at the Santa Claus Museum & Village. There are exhibits about the town's name and a collection of children's letters to Santa Claus.
Named for Raymond Joseph 'Jim' Yellig who served as Santa Claus for decades, Jim Yellig Park can be used for basketball, volleyball and baseball. It has trails for walking, a playground and shaded picnic areas along with batting cages.