Simpedia: The Sims 2: Happy Holiday Stuff

Celebrate the Season with Must-Have Holiday Items from Around the Globe!

Spice up your Sims' holidays with this updated collection of seasonal items, outfits, and décor. Deck their homes with traditional décor items from around the globe including mistletoe, reindeer lawn ornaments, and an all-new European-style Father Christmas. Indulge your Sims this season with this collection of 60 items of festive fun!


  • Holiday Home Décor: Light up the candles to add a warm holiday glow with this traditional European candle arch.
  • The Holiday Lumberjack Statuette: Spice up your Sims' holidays with this traditional German holiday gnome, complete with sturdy boots and trusty hiking staff.
  • Huge Tree Extravaganza: Size matters. Get your holiday on in a big way with this tree to top all trees, a tribute to the famous tree from Rio.
  • Ski Jump Frosty: It's hard to stay balanced when you're built like Frosty, but that doesn't stop him from showing his ski jumping skills.
  • Holiday PJs: Before they nestle into bed to dream of sugarplums, tuck Sim toddlers into a seasonal sleeper.
  • Cheongsam: Enjoy the Chinese Fall Festival with Sims wearing this traditional attire.
  • Artic Santa: Even when the temperature drops, this European-style Father Christmas is guaranteed to bring good tidings.

Fun Facts

The Sims 2: Happy Holiday Stuff called The Sims 2: Festive Holiday Stuff in the UK.

In 2005 The Sims Studio released a similar pack called The Sims 2: Holiday Party Pack (or The Sims 2: Christmas Party Pack in the UK). The 2006 version has more items and is an actual stuff pack.

The Sims 2: Happy Holiday Stuff is the only stuff pack that does not have its own game icon and loading screen!

Release Dates

Release Date US: 
7 Nov 2006
Release Date EU: 
9 Nov 2006
Release Date UK: 
10 Nov 2006
Release Date Mac: 
4 Sep 2007