North Pole Adventure

Review Disclaimer: I received compensation in the form of tickets to the event. All views and opinions stated in this review are my own. I have not been given any statements to use from The National Forest Adventure Farm or anyone associated with them.

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No Christmas is complete without a visit to see Santa, but choosing the ‘right’ Santa is a big decision and can make or break that Christmas spirit that we all know and love.

Fear not, for I have everything you need all in one place!

The National Forest Adventure Farm have some very special visitors at the moment and they’re ready to take on an adventure of a lifetime.

I adore the magic of Christmas, the sights, the sounds and the smells. This North Pole Adventure has not left anything out.

You’re greeted by some very festive fellas in their Christmas garb and lead along a snowy woodland path to the first elf of the day. Once the introductions are over you’re given some elf coins to redeem for goodies later on. And then you’re well and truly on your way to the North Pole!

I am definitely not going to ruin the journey by telling you everything but there is so much packed into your 2 hours at the North Pole!

You will learn what it takes to become an elf, help out with getting Santa’s sleigh up and running, meet a talking polar bear and spread some Christmas cheer with a singing reindeer.


I went along with my friend and her 10-year-old daughter, Looby, and we all had such a fantastic day!

Everything is completely focused on the children, which I loved, they each receive a beautifully presented ‘ticket’ and ‘passport’ in order to reach the North Pole and they are given ‘elf coins’ to spend in the sweet shop in the gorgeous Victorian street.

Don’t worry the adults aren’t left out though, we were also given some ‘elf coins’ to use in the pub, aptly named, ‘Christmas Spirit’, where they serve mulled wine, mince pies and the most delicious hot chocolate I have ever had.

After you’ve warmed up with treats and sweets it’s time to help the elves do some sorting in their post office before heading off to make gingerbread men!

It really is a jam-packed adventure, with such a glorious, magical atmosphere, which builds you up ready to meet the big man himself πŸ™‚

If you want your visit to Santa to be filled with more festivities than you can shake a Christmas tree at, then I suggest you get your tickets now!

What does my ticket get me?

  • 2 hours of interactive North Pole Adventure magic!
  • Elf coins to spend in the Victorian sweet shop.
  • A personalised ticket and passport from Father Christmas.
  • Meet Father Christmas and receive a special gift of your choice.
  • Your ticket also includes entry to the farm from 10 am until 6 pm.

 

Book your tickets now! prices, park information and adventure times are all on the website, just click the link.

http://www.adventurefarm.co.uk/northpoleadventure

 

Review Disclaimer: I received compensation in the form of tickets to the event. All views and opinions stated in this review are my own. I have not been given any statements to use from The National Forest Adventure Farm or anyone associated with them.
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