Take a Family Weekend Getaway to the North Pole this Summer
Among Adirondack family attractions, Santa’s Workshop at the North Pole, NY has been providing
classic, family-friendly fun for perhaps the longest, delighting generations of visitors and residents alike
since opening its gates in 1949.
Over the years, numerous families have discovered the authentic and timeless experience offered by
Santa’s Workshop while searching for the perfect kid-friendly attractions to visit during their Adirondack
This summer, you and your family are invited to join the many visitors who have returned again and
again to experience the joy and magic of Santa’s Workshop, whether during family weekend getaways
or impromptu family day trips.
A Top Among One-Day Adirondack Attractions
Did you know? Santa’s Workshop can be experienced in a day or less for those enjoying an Adirondack
or Lake Placid family vacation.
So whether you’re visiting during one of the North Pole’s kid-friendly special events, or are looking
to make a side-trip after a gondola ride or a trip up the Veteran’s Memorial Highway at Whiteface
Mountain, Santa’s Workshop provides a unique twist on the usual Lake Placid attractions.
But what makes it so special? At Santa’s Workshop, Christmas comes to life like nowhere else with its
magical offerings, including the Frosty North Pole, Storybook Village, Tannenbaum the Talking Christmas
Tree, and even visits with Santa himself from July through December.
Family-Friendly Fun & Tradition at Santa’s Workshop
Not only is Santa’s Workshop a top Adirondack family-friendly experience, it’s one that visitors enjoy
sharing with future generations – a place from childhood, a blast from the past that provides the perfect
dose of nostalgia to share with children, grandchildren and other loved ones.
So, if you’re looking for the perfect Lake Placid kid-friendly attraction the whole family will enjoy, look
no further! Visit Santa’s Workshop and the North Pole during your next getaway in the Adirondacks.
Plan Your Visit Today!
Find lodging and other things to do, and start planning your visit to the North Pole today!