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The North Pole Adventure
is located in Oklahoma City, inside Crossroads Mall

7000 Crossroads Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73149
(lower level, SW corner Mall Entrance)
I-35 and I-240 intersection

(405) 605-6123

Welcome to the North Pole Adventure

The North Pole Adventure is a one-of-a-kind interactive Christmas attraction for the entire family, unlike anything you've every experienced before and will be open beginning November 25, 2016 until Christmas Eve.
The adventure is a "Go at your own pace" not a guided tour. While elves are throughout the adventure to interact with your children, your kids can spend as much time in each area as they wish.

The Adventure is located INSIDE of Crossroads Mall, a 20,000 sqft beautifully decorated attraction, lower level, Southwest Mall entrance.

North Pole Adventure features a life-size replica of the North Pole, including everything you imagine at Santa's North Pole.

Santa's Post Office
(See where Santa answers all of the letters kids from around the world send him, and even send a letter to Santa while your there)

Elf University
(See the actual classroom the elves got to school in. Kids will even be able to sit in the elves classroom chairs, do some school projects, all with the help of Santa's elves)

Mrs. Claus Kitchen
(See where Mrs Claus prepares dinner for Santa, the elves and even the reindeer. Better come hungry, the aroma of Mrs Claus cookies will get ya....and of course, Mrs Claus will be sharing a cookie and milk with all)

Santa's Workshop
(See the actual shop where Santa and his Elves make all the toys for kids around the world, on the actual table with the actual tools. If that weren't enough, every child will also be able to make a special toy, with the help of an elf, and take it home with them)

Elf Clubhouse and Bedroom
(See where the Elves hang out, relax, play games, watch Christmas movies and just be silly. You will even get to see, and sit in, the actual "Elf-Mobile", the magical vehicle the elves use when Santa isn't around to fire up the sleigh. Finally, see where the elves go to bed at night and dream of candy canes, sugar plums, and Christmas magic)

Reindeer Barn
(See where the reindeer live, in the reindeer barn. But that's not, no. Kids and parents alike will get to see actual LIVE reindeer, right before your eyes. That's right the North Pole Adventure will have two of Santa's most Trusted reindeer....Dasher and Dancer will be with us every day up until Christmas Eve when they have to leave to be ready to pull Santa's Sleigh Christmas Eve night)

ALL NEW:     North Pole LIVE Look

Kids and parents alike will be able to see a LIVE look of the North Pole, and will be able to see the elves working, sleeping and even be able to speak LIVE one on one, to the elves at the North Pole.

Santa's House
(Featuring a 19' Christmas Train, great for family photos, and just letting the kids climb aboard the Santa train and experience the Christmas magic. And of course, Santa will be here each day to meet and talk with each child. That special moment when your little one climbs atop Santa's Knee and shares their wishes for Christmas)

Kids, and parents alike, will experience what its like at the North Pole, see first hand what it takes for Santa and his Elves to get ready for Christmas each year, and experience it live and in person, hands on, like never before. Christmas is about kids, and the magic of the season. The memories your children will take away from The North Pole Adventure will be ones they will remember for a life time, and so will you!

Questions give us a call (405) 605-6123


Come visit us from the day after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve at the North Pole Adventure at Crossroads Mall (I-35 and I-240 in Oklahoma City)

Comet and Cupid have arrived at the North Pole Adventure and will be here every day until Christmas Eve

The New Mrs Claus Kitchen at the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City

Mrs Claus Kitchen, North Pole Adventure (Photo by Randy Blackwell Photography)

World Famous Elf Mobile has arrived at the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City

The famous Elf Mobile at the North Pole Adventure (Photo by Randy Blackwell Photography)

Santa's Renideer Barn at the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City

The Reindeer Barn, Home to Santa's Reindeer at the North Pole Adventure (Photo by Randy Blackwell Photography)

Santa's Elves have been bringing in at the elf desks at the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City

Elf University at the North Pole Adventure (Photo by Randy Photography)

Santa inspecting the Christmas Train at the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City

Santa inspecting the Christmas Train at the North Pole Adventure (Photo By Randy Blackwell Photography)

Exciting 2016 Season for North Pole Adventure!

Santa and his Elves have announced their return to Oklahoma and the North Pole Adventure for the 2016 season. This year marks the 3rd annual event of the North Pole Adventure.

Santa, Mrs Claus, two of his reindeer and dozens of Elves will return to the North Pole Adventure in Oklahoma City (inside Crossroads Mall in Okc) on the day after Thanksgiving (Nov. 25) and will be open daily until Christmas Eve.

Many exciting new adventures await kids and parents alike at the 2016 North Pole Adventure this year.  Make plans now to bring your entire family beginning November 25 thru Christmas Eve!

We hope to see you this season at the North Pole Adventure!

About the North Pole Adventure and its Creator

It took John Conner five years of thinking and planning to build the North Pole Adventure. He started construction inside Crossroads Mall back in February 2015.

This is the North Pole Adventure, a place where Christmas lives in all kinds of ways. "I've loved Christmas since I was a little, tiny guy," he says.

John is one of those people for whom Christmas has always been special. "The magic of Christmas is what has always fascinated me.  Watching little kids eyes light up just looking at Christmas lights, or seeing wrapped Christmas gifts and of course meeting Santa, there just isn't anything like Christmas magic, said Conner."

As a grown-up he did all kinds of things, but in 2014 he opened the North Pole Adventure in a tent in the parking lot. In 2015 he moved inside.

There are kids and families who spend hours in here, which isn't long when you consider all the stuff there is to do.

John brings in live reindeer.

Kids make their own toys, with help from Santa's elves, in Santa's Workshop and take it home with them. Each year the special toys kiddos make changes, last year it was yoyo's, this year is a secret. 

In special cases, elves can even order up something straight from the North Pole itself via the North Pole Pipeline, a series of pneumatic tubes running from the North Pole Adventure all the way back to Santa's house at the North Pole.

"Hello," he shouts into the tube. "Can I get a special delivery Teddy Bear?"

Within seconds a stuffed teddy bear finds it way through the magic tubes and into the glass case at the North Pole Adventure Workshop.

He combined all his own fond memories and some of his imagination into that all important visit with Santa.

"This is Santa's house," says John, "and any time we're open Santa is here. Kiddos get to come in here and see him and tell him all their wishes and what the want." Not only will kiddos leave with fond memories of their visit to the North Pole Adventure, but each child will also receive a photo with Santa, "moms and dads love that part, and so do we".

Santa is already booked!

Mrs. Claus is coming too with enough milk and fresh hot cookies to feed everyone.

It might not be the actual North Pole, but John Conner knows Santa, Mrs Claus, all Santa's elves and even his reindeer would move in permanently if they could. "Santa loves it here."  This is his 3rd year for Santa and his crew to come spend more than a month at the North Pole Adventure, and this year they will all arrive on November 25th.

The North Pole Adventure opens the day after Thanksgiving and closes Christmas Eve.

When putting letters to Santa into Santa's magic mailbox, tippy toes count

KFOR News Channel 4 even had to come see the North Pole Adventure. And they featured us on "Is this a Great State or What"

Letters to Santa come from all sizes!

North Pole Adventure Hours

2016 Operating Hours

Regular Hours:

Monday's thru Friday's
5:30pm to 8:00pm

10am to 8:00pm

Noon to 8:00pm

Monday thru Friday: Noon to 8:00pm
Christmas Eve (Saturday): Noon to 6pm

Admission Prices

Admission is $14 per child, one adult admitted free with each paid childs admission. Additional adult admission is $6.

Admission prices include all activities inside the adventure, and even includes a 4x6 professional photo with Santa

What people are saying about the North Pole Adventure

Lindsay Juarez, Oklahoma City (5 stars)

From the moment we walked in, the staff was amazing! Every elf took the time to get on my two year olds level, to engage with what he was doing and play with him! They had their own stations and activities, but being two, he had a plan of his own. They watched and engaged. Even the toy building (a yo yo) that I was sure was too old for my son, the elf let him sit on the bench and patiently let him put the peg in the hole, and attempt to hammer. With so many people, taking the time to engage with my son was so flattering and made everything so special. I can't say enough about your wonderful staff and how much they meant to me in respecting my child and his play. Amazing job! Thank you!!

Amy Riel-Easter (5 Stars)

This place was adorable! I thought my girls (7 & 9) would be too old for it but they absolutely loved it. The elves really went out of their way to make the experience something to remember. My girls are now obsessed with Mrs. Clause. She took the time to talk to them about baking cookies and answered all their questions about cooking for Santa and the elves. This place will definitely be a new family tradition for us.

From: Samantha Perry (5 out of 5 stars)

My husband and I usually take our boys to Bass Pro shop every year. They have a few holiday activities, and we get a free photo with Santa. This year, however, we heard about North Pole Adventure, and I was super excited to take the boys despite my husband's apprehension about the price. We were all thrilled with our visit today, though, and I hope that North Pole Adventure can be our new annual tradition. The price is really nothing, considering how much work and effort goes into this attraction. Every single person employed there was so attentive, sweet, and happy! Seeing our boys interact with the elves, Santa, and Mrs. Claus brought smiles to our faces! It is such a sweet and unique experience. We LOVE North Pole Adventure and will be back every year that it is open!

Ashley White (5 stars)

I absolutely loved this place! We visited this past Saturday and my girls had such a blast! They loved writing the letters to Santa and sending them to him. They were amazed with the reindeer and all of the cute jobs that each one had. They had fun making toys with the elves and coloring an ornament! And of course they loved eating the cookies and seeing Santa and Mrs. Claus. The elves were fantastic and very friendly. There was one in particular that was amazing with my daughter and just made her laugh and dance and get comfortable while there. Thank you for such a great time! Merry Christmas!

North Pole Adventure captures exclusive video of Santa Claus training his newest reindeer to pull his sleigh

Santa getting his Christmas train ready to come to Oklahoma and the North Pole Adventure

Santa getting his Christmas Train ready to come to Oklahoma

Santa and his Magic Sleigh

The Magic of Christmas

Christmas Magic! Every single day at the North Pole Adventure

Santa checks in on all his elves to make sure they are happy and busy making toys

Thousands of families have made the North Pole Adventure an annual Christmas tradition

The closer to Christmas the longer the lines but all say its well worth the short wait