Get Whisked Away To The North Pole On This Magical Train Ride This Holiday Season

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Get Whisked Away To The North Pole On This Magical Train Ride This Holiday Season

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If you and your family are fans of all things merry and bright we may have just found the perfect activity for you: Getting whisked away to the North Pole aboard the Polar Express. 

Photo by Guy Rhodes

Rail Events and Brightline are bringing back this holiday classic based on the beloved Christmas movie to MiamiCentral station to transport you away to the land of reindeer and Santa Claus this upcoming holiday season.

Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, passengers will relive the magic of this story as they’re whisked away aboard the Polar Express while enjoying some hot chocolate.

Aboard this hour-long trip, guests will be greeted by the conductor who will be punching their golden tickets before dancing chefs served them delicious Walker’s shortbread cookies along with their hot chocolate. Passengers will also get to read along with the classic children’s book, The Polar Express, by Chris Van Allsburg while Santa and his helpers board the train to greet and present each of them with the first gift of Christmas.


Photo by Guy Rhodes

During this wonderful trip, characters on each coach will lead onboard entertainment such as singing and dancing as well as other fun games. Guests will also be presented with a little keepsake sleigh bell and souvenir golden ticket to take home with them. And, just like in the film, young passengers and their families are encouraged to wear their comfiest pair of PJs to enjoy the full Polar Express experience — Let’s be honest, hot chocolate in our PJs kinda sounds ideal!

For this new edition of the Polar Express Train Ride, Brightline has also refreshed the show so visitors can expect a fresh new script and other surprises for 2021!

Photo by Guy Rhodes

The Polar Express Train Ride returns on Saturday, December 11, through Friday, December 31, but tickets are already available for purchase online on their website — So don’t forget to book them before they sell out!

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