Anticipate Your Journey
As you and your family take in the festive holiday decorations at THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride depot, you can almost hear the faint sound of sleigh bells in the distance. Visitors will be greeted at the main entrance and will receive their souvenir “Golden Tickets” before being directed to their color-coded performance area.
Before long, scenes from the story come to life as dancing chefs and waiters arrive to serve cookies* and hot chocolate to every patron. The wide-eyed children are invited to engage these winsome and inviting characters who are eager to hear from the youngsters about what makes the Christmas season special to them.
While the hot chocolate lingers in your mouth and warms your belly you will listen as the story of The Polar Express is performed in its entirety. A smile grows on your face as you watch your child become absorbed in the wonderment of the story like never before in anticipation of their own journey aboard THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride.
After the storytelling concludes, the train conductor invites you and the other passengers to assemble on the platform as your train arrives in a billow of steam. “All aboooooard!” Anticipation builds as you step onto the railcar to be escorted to your seat.
*Our Sugar Cookies are made in a facility that also processes tree nuts and contains wheat, eggs, and dairy. If you have any dietary restrictions, you are welcome to bring your own cookies to enjoy at this event, or contact us directly to receive an alternative nut free, gluten free, dairy free sweet treat!
ABOUT THE POLAR EXPRESS™ TRAIN RIDE
Official THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Rides are licensed by Rail Events, Inc. on behalf of Warner Bros. Consumer Products, Inc. Since 2005, Rail Events, Inc. has held the exclusive license to operate THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Rides in the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom. THE POLAR EXPRESS and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Based on THE POLAR EXPRESS book and characters TM & © 1985 by Chris Van Allsburg. Used by permission of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.