A truly magical journey. Experience the wonder of Christmas on your adventure to the North Pole.
Your child will receive a
personalised ticket from
(Collected on the day)
Check-in and collect your passport
and Elf Coins before setting off
Journey through the Magical
Portal to the North Pole
Explore the Victorian
High Street and Sweet Shop
Help the Elves sort the
parcels in the post office
Keep the Elves on time
by ringing the bells!
Meet our talking Polar Bear
under the Northern Lights
Fix the toy machine and
Sing festive songs with
Silvermist the reindeer
with Mother Christmas
Enjoy a special meeting
with Father Christmas
Choose a gift from
the present room
You can select the date and time you would like to experience your North Pole Adventure. The experience will last approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. All tickets include entrance to the National Forest Adventure Farm for the full day of your visit. Online tickets available until midnight the day before your visit. Sorry no pushchairs and a maximum of 2 wheelchairs per session.
One free adult carer* per disabled person (see below for required carer information). Please ensure you book a carer ticket.
Babes in Arms (0 – 11 months) are FREE but no activities or present is included. No pushchairs in the event.
Autism friendly sessions include smaller groups plus lighting, sound and performance changes.
Tickets also include entry to the Adventure Farm from 9am to 5.30pm for the day of your visit (12pm – 5.30pm for Autism Friendly Session on 17 December).
We ask for information about you and the children in your party for our interactive polar bear show. This information will not be shared with any other company.
For Health and Safety reasons there is a maximum of 2 wheelchairs per session.
Sorry, NO pushchairs. A pushchair park is provided.
Please make sure you are at the entrance to the North Pole Adventure at your booked time. We will not be able to re-accommodate you at a different time.
Please bring your booking reference with you.
Sorry no dogs except assistance dogs. Children remain the responsibility of their parent or carer at all times. Management reserves the right to refuse admission.
Please ensure you book a Carer ticket. Guests entitled to one free carer must present one of the following when entering the Adventure Farm:
– Valid Disability Living Allowance or Attendance Allowance award letter
– Valid Personal Independence payment award letter
– A current valid Blue Badge
– A valid letter from your GP stating the need for a carer dated within the last 6 months.
Unfortunately we will be unable to issue carer tickets without seeing the above documentation.
If you have any queries, please call us on 01283 533 933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
National Forest Adventure Farm, Postern Road, Tatenhill, Burton on Trent, DE13 9SJ.
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