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Cindy Lou Who and Max save Christmas

On the left side of the house is the North Pole with Santa’s Sleigh, reindeer and Rudolph. Behind that area is the Elf Village where 2 of Santa’s elves live, Bushy Evergreen (in charge of making the toys) and Sugarplum Mary (assistant to Mrs. Claus and maker of treats and sweets). There’s even Club Elf where the elves go to hang out, haha!

Moving further up towards the street is the Santa mailbox and some Christmas trees along with mistletoe and giant presents. To the right, 2 life size snowmen (about 6’ tall) an elf train and (2)15’ tall stars. Also snoopy and Charlie Brown are stationed here with the countdown to Christmas Day.

Then finally there is Whoville, with The Grinch, Cindy Lou Who and Max, The Who village and a 14’ tall Whoville tree.

Everything was handmade by our little team of Elves here at The North Pole. We have a fully operational Santa Mailbox that is functioning as a place for the ones to drop their letter to the North Pole as well as a donation box for the Make-A-Wish foundation.

2021 - We built the Polar Express train from a collectors edition train set. Using calipers and a whole lot of math we were able to recreate a life size locomotive! It took about 2 months to build and paint because of all the details. We hope everyone enjoys!

December 18, 2021 ONLY - from 6-10pm we are doing hot chocolate, cookies, music and fun! There will even be steam from the train!