When I was a kid, my second grade class used to have a Polar Express Day. We all wore pajamas, brought Christmas biscuits, and hot cocoa prepared for us by the teacher.
This is a very interesting experience. Now, I have that kind of experience, but what should I do if I continue to ride the train? This happened in western New York.
The Medina Railway Museum will launch its own Polar Express train in December this year, which sounds like a dream come true for children.
The train itinerary will be set as the soundtrack of the Polar Express train, and passengers will be provided with hot cocoa and snacks. There will also be books, Polar Express, and passengers will read together.
After the train arrives at the North Pole, Santa Claus and his assistant will greet the guests and give the children the first Christmas gift, the iconic silver sleigh bell.
Food suppliers will also be on-site for people to buy snacks.
The Polar Express train will operate on these weekends:
As for time, six trains will depart from the railway station from 11:20 am to 6 pm.
There are first-class seats and coach seats, you need to buy tickets in advance, you can buy them here.
I wish I did something like this when I was a kid. I like to be faithful to the promise of books and movies, which will surely become something children will remember forever.