After a year with no Jordan's Furniture Enchanted Village, families are ready to get back to the indoor seasonal fun. This year Jordan's has gone even bigger on that family fun – literally.

In addition to the beloved historic holiday displays, 4D Polar Express ride, laser LITE show, indoor ice skating rink and of course visits with Santa, Jordan's has now added a 72-foot long indoor tube slide – for kids of all ages, of course.

Yes indeed, you can now go tubing indoors at Jordan's Furniture. This might actually be the closest tubing site to the SouthCoast, too. No trip to the mountains or bundling up in extra layers required, which is just how I like my tubing.

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Somehow this is a family event I have never taken my kids to, but I'm pretty sure this is going to be the year. At three and six, they are in full-on Christmas excitement mode already and finding as many holiday attractions to hit as possible is going to be my M.O. this season for sure.

What better way to celebrate the holiday season in Massachusetts than a classic Jordan's Furniture Enchanted Village visit? With their historic village from the 1960s that originally lit up Boston's Downtown Crossing to their staple blueberry muffins (formerly from Jordan Marsh), there is so much family tradition in the Avon furniture store.

Courtesy of Jordan's Furniture
Courtesy of Jordan's Furniture

Honestly, to many parts of the country, having families flock to a furniture store year after year to celebrate Christmas might seem a little odd. Yet in Massachusetts it is what so many of us do and I am happy to report that this holiday season we can all return to do it once again.

So strap on those ice skates, take your motion sickness pills for the MOM ride and get ready to zip down a massive indoor tube slide. The Enchanted Village is back at Jordan's Furniture on Thursday, November 11 through January 2, 2022.

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