Santa Mailboxes: Where to Mail a Letter to Santa in Indianapolis

Santa Claus wants to hear from the kids of Indianapolis! Santa and his elves have been busy placing mailboxes all over Indy, and they’re ready to receive children’s letters and Christmas wish lists.

So, have your child make their list, check it twice, and then bring it to one of these Santa mailboxes.

Monument Circle Santa Mailbox 

Where: The east side of Monument Circle, facing Market Street

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Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis near Monument Circle, Santa’s Mailbox will be available for letter drop-offs through Christmas Day. To receive a personal reply from Santa, be sure to include a return address on the envelope you mail to him.

Santa Mailboxes in Fishers

Where: Fishers City Hall and Fishers Parks Headquarters

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Now through Dec. 15, 2023, drop off your letters to Santa in the special mailboxes located at Nickel Plate Trail (at the swings off of 116th Street) and Ambassador House (10598 Eller Road). Include a self-addressed envelope, and you’ll receive a reply from St. Nick! Letters can be dropped off at either location anytime; just look for the festively decorated mailboxes. Can’t drop off in person? Email Santa through Dec. 22 at [email protected]!

Santa Mailboxes in Carmel

Where: Four locations around Carmel

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Carmel has four Santa mailboxes, which will be available through Christmas.

Carmel Locations:

  • Carmel Arts & Design District: In front of All Things Carmel (110 W. Main St., #104)
  • Santa House at Indiana Design Center: 200 S. Range Line Rd.
  • Carmel City Center: east of Hotel Carmichael (1 Carmichael Square)
  • Carter Green: in front of the Santa House by the Center for the Performing Arts

Before dropping off your letter to Santa, make sure you have included your return address, email address and phone number. 

Santa Mailbox in Noblesville

Where: Federal Hill Commons, 175 Logan St., Noblesville

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A special mailbox will be available at the Christmas Cottage at Federal Hill Commons to accept letters to Santa. 

Santa Mailbox in Westfield

Where: Three locations in Westfield

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Westfield has three Santa mailboxes, which will be available through Dec. 20, 2023.

Westfield Locations:

  • Grand Junction Plaza (225 S Union St, Westfield)
  • Grand Park Events Center (19000 Grand Park Blvd., Westfield)
  • City Services Center (2728 E. 171st St., Westfield)

Before placing your letters into the red mailboxes, make sure they are addresses to Santa at the North Pole. Envelopes won’t need a stamp to get where they need to go, but please include a self-addressed stamped envelope inside to help Santa speed up his reply process.

Santa Mailbox in Franklin

Where: Franklin City Hall, 71 E. Court St., Franklin

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Santa’s Mailbox will be placed in front of City Hall in Franklin through Dec. 19, 2023. Children can submit their letters and wish lists to Santa through this special mailbox, and they’ll receive a response from the jolly old elf himself. 

Santa Mailbox in Greenfield

Where: Two locations in Greenfield

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Greenfield locations:

  • Depot Street Park (251 Depot St., Greenfield)
  • Patricia Elmore Center (280 N. Apple St., Greenfield)

The magical Santa mailboxes will be available until Dec. 18, 2023. Be sure you include an unsealed, self-addressed and stamped envelope to get a response from Santa!

Santa Mailbox in Whitestown

Where: Municipal Complex, 6210 Veterans Dr., Whitestown

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Whitestown residents can drop off their letters to Santa through Dec. 9, 2023. If you’d like to hear back from Santa, be sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your letter.

Santa Mailbox in Zionsville

Where: At Santa House, located at the corner of Main and Cedar Street in Zionsville

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Drop off your letters to Santa at the mailbox in front of Santa’s House on Main Street in Zionsville. 

Letters to Santa at Santa Claus, Indiana

Where: Santa Claus Museum & Village, 69 State Rd. 245, Santa Claus

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It’s never too early or too late to write a letter to Santa when you’re sending it to the Santa Claus Museum & Village in Santa Claus, Indiana. Letters are accepted all year long! However, if you’d like a response from Santa’s elves for the 2023 Christmas season, make sure that your letter is mailed by Dec. 16.

Send your letter to:

Santa Claus
P.O. Box 1
Santa Claus, IN 47579

Another option is to visit the Santa Claus Museum & Village in person! Elves will be on hand at the museum’s post office to help kids with their letters on Dec. 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 22, 23 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission to the Santa Claus Museum & Village is free.


Other Ways to Write to Santa

Santa has mailboxes all around Indianapolis, but he also accepts letters from all over the world! Here are two ways you can send a letter to Santa outside of Indiana.

Get a Letter from Santa Postmarked from the North Pole

The U.S. Postal Service can help you prove that Santa is real by sending your child a letter from the North Pole — complete with the North Pole Postmark! The Greetings from the North Pole Post Office program adds to the excitement of Christmas and is ideal for getting kids interested in letter writing, stamps and penmanship.

To get a letter postmarked from the North Pole:

  • Have your child write a letter to Santa and place it in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole.
  • Write a personalized response to your child’s letter and sign it “From Santa.”
  • Insert both letters into an envelope, and address it to the child.
  • Add the return address: SANTA, NORTH POLE, to the envelope.
  • Ensure a First-Class Mail stamp is affixed to the envelope.
  • Place the complete envelope into a larger envelope, with appropriate postage, and address it to:

North Pole Postmark
4141 Postmark Dr.
Anchorage, AK 99530-9998

Letters should be sent by Dec. 1, 2023. Santa’s helpers in Anchorage, AK, will take care of the rest!

Nicole Sipe
Nicole Sipe
Nicole Sipe is the editor of Indy's Child and Southwest Ohio Parent magazines. She has a BA in Journalism from California State University Northridge, and has been involved in the print and digital publishing world for most of her life. Born and raised in Southern California, Nicole traded the city and sun for corn and creeks, and now lives in central Indiana with her husband, two sons and Collie. Her latest book for children, “All About Me! Art Journal” was published in 2022 by Walter Foster Jr. In her spare time, she likes traveling with her family, enjoying good food and drink, volunteering at her children’s schools and around her community, and practicing yoga.

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