Track Santa’s Journey to Your Town

Are your kids expecting a visit from Santa and counting down the days until Christmas? Here are some fun ways your little elves can keep track of when Santa will be in your area.

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Is your family expecting a visit from Santa? His big commute from the North Pole starts Friday and here are some fun ways your little elves can keep track of when St. Nick is expected in your neighborhood. Get into the spirit by following live broadcasts of Santa’s journey, playing interactive games, listening to holiday music, and more. 


Santa’s Update - This website calls itself the “ultimate news source about Santa, Mrs. Claus, the elves, and life at the North Pole.” In addition to a year-round website that features the story of Santa, it hosts a 50-hour commercial-free live broadcast from the North Pole on Kris Kringle Radio. Track Santa online, on the app, listen to special reports, enjoy holiday music, and more.


NORAD Tracks Santa - NORAD Santa tracker is a community outreach function of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). Every year their team goes on a special holiday mission to track Santa’s flight around the world - an annual event that started in 1955. 

For Santa’s latest whereabouts, call +1-877-HI-NORAD on Christmas Eve for updates (in most cases a real person will answer), download the app, or follow the NORAD tracker on Facebook and Twitter. Visit the website or watch this YouTube video for more info. 


Google Santa Tracker - Explore, play, and learn with Santa's elves now through Christmas. It’ll start tracking Santa on Christmas Eve. While you’re waiting for his arrival, kids can try the interactive Elf Maker, play games, watch Penguin Proof, and check out lots of other fun stuff on the site.