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The Magical Polar Express Train Ride In Nevada Everyone Should Experience At Least Once

The winter holidays are approaching and what better way to celebrate than to take a ride on a train with Santa?

Children and families love the classic Chris Van Allsburg book The Polar Express, and journeying through the mountains on a classic locomotive is a fun way to celebrate together and experience a bit of Nevada’s past.

The Polar Express Train, part of the Northern Nevada Railway, runs every weekend between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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he Railway is located in Ely, Nevada, in the eastern part of the state.

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The Polar Express rides fill up fast and tickets should be purchased ahead of time before they sell out!

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The trip runs from Ely through the special “North Pole.”

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Santa, of course, visits the train during its journey! He makes sure that he personally delivers to every child a special commemorative gift.


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While Santa greets the children, his elves deliver hot chocolate and cookies to all the passengers.

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The story of The Polar Express and music from the movie soundtrack are played on the train’s sound system during the trip.

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As the train returns back to Ely from its visit to the North Pole, passengers sing Christmas carols together. The ride is about 60-90 minutes total.

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The trip is $42 for adults and $25 for children 4-12. It’s free for children 3 and under. There are also local and military discounts.

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The Polar Express is pulled along its way by a vintage diesel locomotive.

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The Polar Express has been voted Best Family Adventure by Nevada Magazine, Best Event in Rural Nevada and has a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.

The Polar Express begins at the Nevada Northern Railway Museum on 1100 Avenue A, Ely, Nevada.

Call for tickets

 (775) 289-2085

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