Day out with Thomas 2020 | Uxbridge

September 11, 2020

September 20, 2020

$25.00 + HST

York-Durham Heritage Railway, 19 Railway St., Uxbridge



Events Description

imageStart your engines! Thomas the Tank Engine will be visiting Uxbridge for 6 days this summer for the Celebration Tour.

Day Out With Thomas™ is an exciting event that offers families the unique opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine™ and play all day at York-Durham Heritage Railway, Ontario’s only Thomas event this year!

Like any great birthday party – Come early, and stay all day! Your ticket gives you unlimited access to play areas, app stations, entertainment, and much more. This is a Day Out With Thomas event you won’t want to miss!

What to expect:
– Take a train ride with Thomas the Tank Engine™
– Meet Sir Topham Hatt, the Director of the Sodor Railway
– Pick up your DOWT Passport to Adventure to take you around the event
– Day Out With Thomas Gift Shop with Exclusive Items
– Come prepared to spend the day—there will be lots of activities to keep your children busy
– Food and snack vendors are onsite, but feel free to bring your own lunch!


Who is it for?


Tickets :$25.00 + HST per person age 2 and up

$32.90 ($25.00 + $7.90 Fees , including tax)
How to get tickets?

Starting April 1st tickets can be purchased online.
Buy Online


Date & Time:September 11 to 13 and 18 to 20, 2020 | 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Run time: 9:00 am, 9:45 am, 10:30 am, 11:15 am, 12:00 pm, 12:45 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:15 pm, 3:00 pm, 3:45 pm

Please plan your arrival time accordingly. Please arrive at least one hour before your scheduled train departure. For those with a 9 a.m. departure time, arrive at the gates by 8:30 a.m.

Venue: York-Durham Heritage Railway, 19 Railway St., Uxbridge, ON L9P 1E5

Free Parking
Public transport accessible

2 Tips for your trip!

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  1. Candice Simonta-Dyer

    I will never do this again or recommend this to anyone with children. We had to walk 15 mins uphill, with children, to the arena from the parking lot. The ads were really misleading. Arriving 15 mins before as they recommended will not suffice. The train doesn’t stop for photos and you board towards the back of the train so children have no idea they are actually on Thomas. The train is a slow ride, stops and goes back, no announcement or anything. No scenery, just bush. Getting a photo or getting your child to see front of Thomas is a nightmare. The line was so long (and it was so uncoordinated) We had to wait for the train to board, depart and return to get to see the front of Thomas and take photos. Children and parents were all upset. No one left that place with a smile on their face. Everyone looked so disappointed. I never saw food to purchase at the arena. Their was no signage. They gave you an oversized map (pretty inconvenient to navigate while watching two boys run after the many toys for purchase). The area was also hot and humid, the air was off or not working. Went to the cashier to pay for my kids toys (they deserved them for their patience today) to learn the photo was behind, no big deal…but get this…Waiting to get the photos we were told the guy had to drive to the station to get the SD card Hahahah! We didn’t get the photos we waited so long for. Then 15 mins walk back to our car. Never. Again.
    1. Shuttle buses from all parking lots to take ppl to arena
    2. Start boarding lines from the front of the train so kids know they are on Thomas!
    3. Have a stationary thomas face so people can take pics and not have to wait for the train to return. Kids in line in the heat for over 40 mins is not right.
    4. When a ticket is purchased let people know what to expected. Every single child and parents leaving there looked upset.
    5. Have a mascot, sir topam hat walk through the slow train ride and greet kids with the train certificate.
    6. Have proper signage at the arena!

    August 10, 2019 at 1:38 PM
  2. Helen Hutton

    I not sure where you were but we were in Uxbridge today. We were shuttled from the arena to the station; you were boarded like that for safety reasons; when we’d finished the ride we took our own pics of the kids with Thomas; there was plenty to eat at the arena; everyone on our train had loads of fun; your only valid complaint as far as we were concerned was that it was far too hot in the arena! Sorry you didn’t have a good time, but it was not our experience at all.

    August 17, 2019 at 3:40 PM

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