If you love the idea of celebrating Christmas know matter what day it is, then you need to visit Santa's Workshop in North Pole, New York for the day. Inside Santa's Workshop you can meet with Santa himself, his wife Mrs. Claus, as well as his reindeers and elves. You can even ride amusement park rides, listen to Christmas music, watch Christmas shows, and write Santa a Christmas wish list and drop it in his own personal post office box. Know how cool does all this sound to you? Pretty cool I would say!Santa's Workshop is located in North Pole, New York on 324 White Face Memorial Highway. The park is open from June until December seven days a week from 10 am until 3 pm, but the hours and days tend to change now and again so make sure you check out their website for more information on the days they are open. The admission price to get into Santa's Workshop is nineteen dollars for adults and seventeen dollars for children, which includes all amusement park rides, shows, and parking.
The activities you will be able to do inside Santa's Workshop will be visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, learning about the true meaning of Christmas at The Nativity Pageant, visiting Santa's friends at The Frosty North Pole, exploring the Saint Nicholas Chapel, and listening to The Talking Christmas Tree. Other things you will be able to do is write a letter to Santa himself about what you want this Christmas inside the North Pole Post Office where you will be able to place your later inside Santa's postal box yourself to make sure he gets it this year.
Now if the activities above don't seem to interest you any then you could always watch the Christmas Parade that happens in the afternoon, watch the Nativity Pageant Show, listen to song Christmas Capers sing Christmas carols, help Santa with his daily assignments, watch the Ragdoll Romp Show, have a party over at Party Time, or watch a puppet show such as "A Tale Of Two Tummies," and "The Greedy Glut." Know I am sure after mentioning this other activities to do inside Santa's Workshop you can defiantly find something fun and exciting to do.
However, if the activities above still do not sound all that thrilling to you, you could always go ride some thrilling amusement park rides such as The Candy Cane Express, The Christmas Carousel, Santa's Sleigh Coaster, The Christmas Tree Ride, The Ferris Wheel, Bobsled Ride, or The Peppermint Swings. However most of these amusement park rides are mainly for the little ones, but adults are free to join them for a little fun and excitement if they would like to.
Now, for the adults who visit Santa's Workshop there are a few little gift shops to shop in to get some of your Christmas Shopping done. Some of these gift shops are The World Of Christmas where you can buy Christmas decoration for your home, The Glass Blower Shop where you can purchase a glass Christmas ordainment, The Candy Maker Shop where you can buy some yummy candy for stocking stuffing, The Stocking and Hat Shop where you can buy Christmas stockings and Santa Hats, and The Toy Marker Shop where you can pick out a toy or two for your little ones. All these little shops can tend to be a bit expensive to buy from, but all their Christmas gifts and treats are very unique and different so its always worth buying a something little from one of them.
Now for something the whole family can do together would be visiting all Santa's seasonal homes and buildings. These homes and buildings you will be exploring together as a family will be Santa's Winter House, Santa's Fall House, Santa's Reindeer Barn, Jack Sprat's Snack Shack, St. Nicholas Chapel of Lights, and St. Nicholas Chapel of Winter. All these little buildings have their own little themes and characteristics to them and are really neat to walk through and see with your little ones.
So remember if you're a real Christmas lover to bring your friends and family members to Santa's Workshop in North Pole, New York through the months of June until December. I can say to all of you who visit Santa's Workshop you will defiantly feel like it's the season to be jolly. If you would like some more information on Santa's Workshop in North Pole, New York check out their website linked to my article. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday at Santa's Workshop!