We all grew up with the beloved tale of The Polar Express, a story about a boy embarking on a magical train ride to the North Pole. This Christmas, you don't just get to read The Polar Express, you can experience it too! Step aboard this enchanting train that will whisk you away to visit Santa himself. The Ontario Polar Express train ride is already selling tickets for the 2019 holiday season.
The annual event is hosted by the Waterloo Central Railway and departs from the St. Jacobs platform for an epic adventure to the North Pole and back. The hour-long journey is filled with all sorts of special and charming surprises along the way.
Set to the soundtrack of the motion picture, the ride will bring you right into The Polar Express world. Passengers are encouraged to wear their pyjamas for the full experience.
On board, you'll be treated to delicious hot chocolate and other holiday treats. You can sing Christmas carols along with the chefs onboard as you venture through the snowy winter wonderland towards the North Pole.
Santa will be waiting to greet guests upon arrival, and each person will be given a silver sleigh bell. Tickets are on sale for the much-anticipated event and can be purchased on their website.
The rides will begin on November 21, 2019, and end on December 13. Many dates are already selling out, so book your spot on this magical train ride soon!
Polar Express Train Ride
Price: Tickets start at $52 per adult and $42 per child
When: November 21 - December 13, 2019
Address: 50 Isabella St., St Jacobs, ON
Why You Need To Go: Experience the magic of the Polar Express on this enchanting journey to the North Pole, filled with hot chocolate and Christmas cheer!
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