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Overview

America's first theme park, Santa's Workshop is a timeless fantasy village located in North Pole, NY. Santa's Workshop has been a family tradition since 1949 and a home to beloved fairytales, storybook characters, and even Santa himself.

A Classic, Family Tradition

Opened in 1949, Santa’s Workshop in North Pole, NY has been delighting children for the past 60+ years! Geared toward ages 2-10, Santa’s Workshop offers countless parades, rides, and events to create an experience your child won’t soon forget. Explore the quaint Storybook village and slip into the magic story of Santa Claus and his merry elves.

Christmas Cheer Throughout the Year

Santa’s Workshop spreads holiday cheer each year from June to December. Join the elves and toys at Santa’s Workshop in July for their annual Christmas in July Celebration, December for their Village of Lights Extravaganza, or in the fall for their crisp Autumn weekend fun!

Explore America’s First Ever Amusement Park!

Chug along on the Candy Cane Express, try a tasty treat at Santa’s Bake Shop, or meet Father Christmas himself! Santa’s Workshop offers all the following activities:

  • Reindeer Barn
  • Bobsled & Amusement Park Rides
  • Yuletide Theater
  • Santa’s House
  • And More!

Visit their website for dates, prices, and more information about New York's most festive location!

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1 reviews from our community

Don’t not waste your money!
If your child is 48 inches tall don’t bother they cannot ride over half the 7 rides they have. They don’t tell you that either until you get inside and try to go on the rides.

Santa's Workshop, North Pole, NY it’s located way over to the right when you go in to the left you cannot seen it at all. The employees do not mention it to you at all. And when your not from there you do not read every sign posted there’s dozens of signs around.

You would expect that an 8 year old child could ride your rides as it’s for children and she’s a child. We have been to the one in New Hampshire it’s amazing! They actually let the children ride the rides and be kids.

It is also maintained and beautiful. This park is run down, old, not maintained, overpriced and every house is just am for shopping purposes there really any much to do that doesn’t cost extra after you enter the gate.

We won’t be back to this one that’s for sure it’s worth the drive to New Hampshire!


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