Magical attractions unveiled at the North Pole Adventure this Christmas

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A Staffordshire farm is to be transformed into a magical North Pole wonderland once again this year – and visitors can expect an even more from the immersive festive experience than ever before, with two new attractions for all the family.

For the third year, our client the National Forest Adventure Farm, near Burton on Trent, is getting ready for the North Pole Adventure, which hosts very special VIPs – Father Christmas, Mother Christmas and their hardworking elves, who invite families to help them with the many jobs to do at the North Pole.

And for 2019, the farm has added two new North Pole activities for all the family to enjoy. Families can help the Master Time Keeper, whose job it is the make sure everything in Father Christmas’ home town runs smoothly. The elf needs help for the most important job of all; ringing the bells for Pudding Time – expect some tuneful sounds!

Two of Father Christmas' elves welcoming visitors to the North Pole Adventure

National Forest Adventure Farm welcomes families to enter the magical portal to the North Pole 2019

In Elf Workshop the Head Toy Maker Elf is in a real pickle because the broken down toy-making machine needs fixing so that all the good children get their presents this year. Youngsters will be able to collect the cogs and get the machine working again to and save the day.

The attraction will transport families through a magical portal to the home of Father Christmas. They will be able to explore the Victorian High Street complete with sweet shop, where visitors can spend their Elf coins on their choice of sweets and hot chocolate.

They’ll also be able to help the Elves sort parcels and fix the sleigh, meet a magical talking polar bear under the Northern Lights, and decorate gingerbread with Mother Christmas before meeting Father Christmas then stopping off at present room to collect a gift. Also returning is the Music Room, which features a singing reindeer who is in a muddle and needs the children’s help with musical notes so he can find his voice.

Owners Ivor and Tom Robinson say the North Pole Adventure, which attracted more than 13,000 visitors last year, promises to be a fun, immersive attraction that takes in all the sights, smells and sounds of the magical Christmas season.

Three of Father Christmas' elves sticking their tongues out through a shop window

National Forest Adventure Farm North Pole Adventure event 2019

The brothers have spent months creating the ultimate Christmas experience for all the family, said they were excited to unveil this year’s North Pole Adventure, which runs on selected dates from 23rd November until Christmas Eve.

“It’s getting better every year and we can hardly wait to see everyone’s excited faces when they see what we have in store for them this Christmas,” said Ivor.

“It’s a joy to create this attraction and we’ve worked really hard to make it an even more fabulous experience for all the family, with more super activities and, of course, the opportunity to meet Father Christmas himself!”

North Pole Adventure dates:
23rd, 24th 30th November / 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th December

Tickets are already selling out fast for peak times, so to book your place and enjoy a whole day at the farm, visit: