It is an amusement park and great for smaller kids. I would say up to the age about 12 years. The line-ups are short. The rides are not big in size, so smaller kids will go in it (parents can go with them if needed). The ride itself is not too long, what is good again for smaller kids. You pay the entree to get in Santa’s village than almost all the rides are for free and you can let them go in as many times as they want. A few things you have to pay for. What my grandkids picked, was the zip-line. We were not too sure if they could do it as it was high (no worries they are tied up very good), but they insisted to go on it…and they LOVED it. We were very proud they did this zip-line. There is a picture of it in my blog. I just show a few of the rides, but there are many more and lots of things to do. Santa is driving around and talk to big and small. You can have your picture taken with Santa in Santa’s cottage. We had lunch there what was very good! There is a scavenger hunt. If they get to find all the characters, they will get a certificate at the end.
I would say. You have smaller kids, go to Santa’s Village. They will love it!