The Christmas Village at the Torma Manor complex in Jõgeva County is where Santa's brother Glämmi lives with elves and other characters. During every weekend in December, families can come and participate in children's activities, or spend a night glamping in a cozy furnished tent.
The courtyard of Põltsamaa Castle will become a magical Snow Kingdom for three Saturdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. — the 3rd, 10th, and 17th. Kids can work their way through a spruce maze and have a chat with Santa. Take a sleigh ride and marvel at the twinkling lights and the sparkling snow. Even if there isn't much snow, there will be heaps of Christmas spirit!
In keeping with its status as Estonia's second city, Tartu has two festive Christmas attractions, Christmas City Tartu and the Tartu Christmas Fair. Brightly lit glass pavilions are the highlight of the Christmas City; each one is decorated with a unique theme. Visitors can take a spin on the ice rink set up on Town Hall Square, and enjoy sleigh rides or a turn on the wooden carousel. The Christmas Fair is the place to go for all your shopping needs; fill up your bags with handicrafts, smoked meat and fish products, blood sausage, sauerkraut, baked goods, honey, sweets, hot drinks, pies, and much more!