You'll need your North Pole passport and Elf coins to spend.
Be transported by a magical portal to the North Pole Adventureland in Staffordshire this season!
The family adventure is hosted by The National Forest Adventure Farm and Leicester families are invited.
Over 14,000 visitors experience the North Pole Adventure each year at the National Forest Adventure Farm, near Burton on Trent, which this year has extended opening hours to keep up with demand.
The interactive experience takes in the sights, sounds and smells of Christmas in a magical journey to the North Pole, as families find themselves transported through a portal to Father Christmas’ hometown.
Festive activities at the North Pole
Check-in to collect a North Pole passport and Elf Coins to spend
Explore the Victorian High Street complete with sweet shop and pub
The Elves need the children’s help sorting parcels and fixing the toy machine
Sing festive songs with Silvermist and reindeer
Keep the elves on time by ringing the bells
Meet the interactive talking Polar Bear under the Northern Lights
Decorate gingerbread with Mother Christmas
Meet Father Christmas himself and pay a visit to the elves workshop to collect a gift
Last, but not least, visitors can also enjoy the whole day at the farm
Owners Ivor and Tom Robinson have created the ultimate Christmas experience carefully recreating every detail of the traditional festive celebration at the North Pole.
“It’s wonderful to open the North Pole Adventure again this year and welcome families to enjoy the magic of Christmas,” said Ivor.
“We all know Christmas is such a magical time of year and we know the North Pole Adventure offers an experience that really captures the essence of Christmas spirit at the farm and creates special memories for all the family for many years to come.”
The North Pole Adventure opens on Saturday, November 27 and will run on selected dates all the way up to December 24.
Tickets start from £24 for children and £14 for adults and include entrance to the Adventure Farm all day, as well as the one-hour and 45 minute fully immersive Christmas trip to the North Pole.
Tickets are available to buy now.
North Pole Adventure dates
Plus: December 4, 5, 11, 12, 17 (autism friendly), and 18-24.
Words by Emily Miller
Emily is a Senior Journalist for Niche Magazine with over a decade of journalism experience. She enjoys going to gigs, visiting galleries and walking in all weathers.