Relive the magical story of the motion picture THE POLAR EXPRESS™ or enjoy a visit from Santa as you and your loved ones take a ride on the Christmas Trains that take you along the snow laden countrysides of Alberta!
The Polar Express™ Train Ride Aspen Crossing
Experience carolling and holiday entertainment that will surely become an annual holiday tradition for the whole family. Families are encouraged to wear their pyjamas for the ride and join in on the magic of Christmas! The Train ride is approximately one hour long and includes your golden train ticket, hot chocolate in a ceramic Polar Express collector’s mug, a delicious cookie, as well as your first gift of Christmas, a silver bell. Details
Various days, November 27 to December 24, 2020
Aspen Crossing, 45 minutes southeast of Calgary
1 KM West of Mossleigh
$64.00 – $99.50
The Polar Express™ Train Ride Stettler
Once onboard, passengers are served hot chocolate and a cookie treat by Polar Express Chefs and everyone receives a ceramic souvenir Polar Express mug. During the first leg of the journey to the North Pole passengers read along with the classic children’s book, The Polar Express, by Chris Van Allsburg. Santa will board the train at the North Pole, and during the return trip will walk through each car giving out the “first gift of Christmas” – a silver sleigh bell – to each child 12 years and under. Details
November 21 to December 21 2020
Alberta Prairie Railway, 4611- 47 Avenue in Stettler
$40 to $70
Christmas Train Ride Battle River Railway
A magical Christmas Train experience with Santa’s elves, music and much merriment! Bring your skates, explore the market and roast a hotdog at the bonfire. Don’t your wish list as a visit with Santa is guaranteed.
End the evening with the Parade of Lights and fireworks. Details
Cancelled for 2020
Battle River Railway, Forestburg
Ride the rails from Forestburg to Alliance.
In addition to the below mentioned rides, you also can enjoy mini train rides during Christmas lights at Airdrie.
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