How long is the Polar Express train ride in Golden Colorado?

about 90 minutes
The Colorado Railroad Museum said the train ride has been redesigned for 2021 with several new twists. The train ride again will feature a cabaret-style show, singing, hot chocolate and Santa, recreating the Polar Express story. Performances are about 90 minutes long and tickets run between $80 to $100 for adults.

Where is the Polar Express train Colorado?

The Durango Depot is located at 479 Main Avenue in Durango, Colorado. Learn more about schedules and ticket prices for The Polar Express Train Ride and The Cascade Canyon Winter Train on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.

Is there a Polar Express in Denver?

Experience the magic this holiday season! Join us for a truly magical recreation of the classic holiday story, THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride. Climb aboard a vintage steam train as it departs our Durango Depot for the North Pole to pick up Santa Claus himself.

Where does the Durango Polar Express go?

Where Does the Polar Express Train Ride Go? Departing from Durango, your Polar Express train ride will travel directly to The North Pole to pick up the one and only Santa Claus.

Where is the Christmas train in Colorado?

Santa’s North Pole Adventure Choose from the Presidential Car, Parlor Car, or the Coach Car – each decorated with the festivities of the season. This train departs only from the Devil’s Gate Depot location in Georgetown, Colorado.

What do you wear to The Polar Express?

Families are encouraged to wear warm pajamas just like passengers from THE POLAR EXPRESS™ book and film. Passengers will spend time on an unheated platform as they board and disembark from the train, so appropriate winter attire is also recommended.

What do you wear to the Polar Express?

Is Polar Express on this Christmas?

Is The Polar Express on TV this Christmas 2021? Sadly The Polar Express won’t be showing on any of the free broadcasters this year – so you may have to pay a fare to hop on board.

Is there really a Christmas train?

The Holiday Express 1880 Train combines Christmas and history as passengers take a one-hour ride onboard the world’s longest operating standard-gage excursion train.