Everyone was raving about the indoor tubing at Jordan's Furniture last winter and, of course, the furniture store is bringing it back for an all-new season of festive fun at the Enchanted Village.

No real surprise that the 72-foot-long indoor tube slides will be back for another season. I mean, taking them down after one year would be downright insane. So clearly Jordan's Furniture is sticking with what worked so well and keeping the three, towering slides.

But what else can you expect from the Enchanted Village when it opens for the season on Friday, Nov. 11?

More of what families have loved for years, of course.

Back yet again are the 4D Polar Express ride, the 4,000-square-foot indoor skating rink and those memorable photos with Santa.

Also returning, but with an upgrade is the Laser Imagination Theater Experience (LITE). This year's Laser LITE show has been enhanced in the off-season and is being described as "more dazzling than ever."

Plus there are the challenging reindeer games, where kids can take on the adults and start some family traditions.

Jordan's Furniture (Enchanted Village) via Facebook
Jordan's Furniture (Enchanted Village) via Facebook

Because Jordan's Furniture's Enchanted Village is all about family traditions.

From the Original Jordan Marsh Blueberry Muffins you can buy by the boxful to the actual Jordan Marsh Enchanted Village of the 1960s that Jordan's Furniture has revived in Avon, this festive favorite is steeped in history.

The best part is, you no longer have to wander Boston outdoors in the winter to enjoy these seasonal favorite activities. The Enchanted Village is all indoors, so you can skate, tube and snuggle with Santa no matter the weather.

But if you still insist on tubing in the snow this season, keep scrolling to find the perfect spot for that, too.

New England's Largest Snow Tubing Park Is Right in Littleton

Ready to hit the slopes, but not so into skiing and snowboarding? Then a drive to Littleton, Massachusetts for some seriously epic snow tubing should be on your winter to-do list. Littleton is home to the Nashoba Valley Tubing Park, New England's largest snow tubing spot – and you can see why it's is worth the trip.

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