Christmas at the Junction also includes “The World’s Largest Indoor Train Display” as part of the paid attraction.
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âThe World’s Largest Indoor Train Display,â a G-scale miniature train display, focuses on three time periods in history, including the mid-1800s when everything was steam trains. Then it enters the golden age of train travel, that is, the 1940s and 1950s. The final section deals with modern trains with diesel, mainly freight trains, âsaid Balfour.
With the attraction “Christmas Trip to the North Pole”, customers will enjoy snowy scenes with snowfall on the way to the North Pole and Santa Claus Village. The village includes a post office, a sleigh house, a reindeer barn and an elf workshop.
Guests will have the opportunity to visit Santa one-on-one in his office and see Mrs. Claus in her kitchen, where visitors will receive a free cookie. (Santa Claus goes on vacation after Christmas.)
As part of the Christmas winter experience at The Junction, visitors will also find a holiday-themed Main Street neighborhood, a 1930s cityscape decked out in festive lights and decorations. Main Street has a sidewalk cafe, several party rooms, and a toy store, Junction Hobbies & Toys.
Junction Hobbies & Toys offers a selection of classic and nostalgic toys, including the area’s largest collection of Thomas the Train merchandise, G-Scale and HO trains and accessories, LEGOS and more.
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Other spectacular attractions at EnterTRAINment Junction are also open, including a 1000-foot replica of the historic Coney Island Amusement Park, a children’s play area, the A-Maze-N FunHouse as well as the American Railroading Museum. and more.
Check out these other area train displays:
Train days at the Heritage Village Museum at Sharon Woods Park on December 20, 21, 22 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Heritage Village volunteers will bring and set up their model trains – adding to the O Scale Model Railroad “Great Circle Line & Points North, âwhich has already been set up for the previous Holly Days event on December 9-10. The cost is $ 3 for ages 12 and over, $ 1 for ages 5 to 11, ages 4 and under, and members are free. (A GreatParks parking pass is required.) For more information, visit www.heritagevillagecincinnati.org.
Holiday Junction with Brickopolis at Cincinnati Museum Center runs until Tuesday January 2. Holiday Junction with Brickopolis in the Cincinnati Museum Center’s Special Exhibition Gallery will feature favorites like the Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends and the Super-O interactive trains, which will return this year. In addition to a variety of train layouts of different sizes and themes, the Riding Train will be back, allowing riders to explore a winter wonderland. Additionally, Holiday Junction with Brickopolis will feature countless bricks, designed into custom LEGO creations courtesy of the Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana User Group (OKILUG). Members of the Cincinnati Museum Center are free. Adults cost $ 10.50; people aged 60 and over cost $ 9.50; children 3 to 12 are $ 8.50, toddlers 1 to 2 $ 5.50, and children 1 and under are free. More details on www.cincymuseum.org.
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Cincinnati Choo Choo Holiday Show at the Krohn Conservatory runs until Sunday January 7. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Experience the magic of being vacation home aboard the Cincinnati Choo Choo at the Krohn Conservatory. The 2017 Holiday Show will take guests back in time to holiday festivities in the city while reminding them of their favorite family traditions. The veranda will be filled with red poinsettias, evergreens and other holiday plants. The train exhibit and historic buildings created by Applied Imagination will immerse visitors in the sights and sounds of rumbling trains and splashing water, with trains above and carriages at their feet. Adults cost $ 7; Kids ages 5 to 17 cost $ 4 and kids 4 and under are free. Go to http://www.cincinnatiparks.com.
Until Sunday January 14 Behringer-Crawford Museum will celebrate the 26th anniversary of its beloved holiday toy trains. The exhibit features over 250 feet of miniature railroad tracks, vintage Lionel and Plasticville trains, Thomas the Tank Engine and over 30 guest-activated displays, a Charles Dickens display, special holiday exhibits and more. The exhibition is free for museum members (and children under 3) and is included in the entrance fee for others. Hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Special schedule on Christmas Eve from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Christmas Eve from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Mondays, Christmas and New Years. The cost is $ 9 for adults; $ 8 for people aged 60 and over. $ 5 for children aged 3 to 17. Wednesdays are Grandparents’ Days – one grandchild is free with admission paid for by grandparents. For more information, visit www.bcmuseum.org.
WANT TO GO?
What: Christmas at the junction at EnterTRAINment Junction
Or: 7379 Squire Court, Township of West Chester.
Hours: Operates daily until Monday January 1st. Extended hours on statutory holidays, 9 p.m. to December 30. Hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm; Sunday noon to 9 p.m. The attraction is closed on Christmas Day and closes at 4 p.m. on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. On January 1, the attraction closes at 6 p.m. Santa Claus goes on vacation after Christmas. Ms. Claus is available every day for the duration of the event.
More information: Do-It-All tickets cost $ 17.95. (Tickets cost $ 2 off if purchased on the website.) Free parking. Visit www.EnterTRAINmentJunction.com or call (513) 898-8000.