Three Holiday Model Train Exhibits to See in Cincinnati in November and December 2021, Christmas Trains Cincinnati, Duke Energy Toy Trains Holiday Junction Cincinnati Museum Center Union Terminal
Get into the seasonal spirit by visiting some of Cincinnati’s model train exhibits.
Holiday junction at the Cincinnati Museum Center
The Cincinnati Museum Center Holiday junction returns on November 12. The CMC says this will be their 75th year of hosting the exhibit.
They say visitors can find everything from LEGO buildings “featuring fanciful scenes and characters from your favorite books and movies” to historic trains, to scavenger hunts in their winter wonderland. Of course, Santa Claus will be there to prepare his sleigh and feed his reindeer.
There will also be an interactive non-contact history book that “features historical photos and stories of trains over the decades,” dating back to the start of the Model Locomotive Exhibit at CMC in 1946.
“Year after year, decade after decade, generation after generation, the (Holiday Junction featuring the) Holiday trains from Duke Energy delighted families over the holidays, ”said Elizabeth Pierce, CMC President and CEO, in a statement. “Some people will fall in love with trains for the first time this year, others for the 75th time, but for everyone we are delighted to rekindle the fires and send this beloved holiday tradition on along their 1000 feet of track for the past and present generations.
Find more information on Holiday junction, visit cincymuseum.org.
Holiday toy trains at the Behringer-Crawford Museum
StAs of November 13, you can see model trains traveling 250 feet of track at the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Covington. The event will run until January 9 and feature the museum Holiday toy trains.
They say the eight trains will pass through 30 miniature displays of “towns, farms and snow-capped fields.” Visitors will be able to interact with the Lionel O-gauge model trains by activating landmarks including “a bus station, a fast food restaurant, a car wash and a fire station with a firefighter sliding along a pole.” , as well as a lively carnival with rides. and secondary barkers.
Museum officials say they will be exhibiting constructions from the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana LEGO User Group, “a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and constructing sculptures, buildings, creatures and more. imaginative objects with the tiny multicolored plastic bricks “. There will also be an interactive LEGO zone where children can create their own plastic brick masterpieces.
Find information on timetables and tickets, visit bcmuseum.org.
Christmas at Entertrainment Junction
Visit Entertrainment Junction – the home of the “The world’s largest indoor train display “- for train-based entertainment, as well as for holiday cheer. They say visitors” will step into a 1950s street scene with nostalgic window displays of greats. shops and venture into the incredible winter wonderland “.
Junction officials say there will be reindeer stables and toy-making elves at the North Pole. Mrs Claus will be in her kitchen cooking and Santa will hopefully be able to visit the children in person this year.
The event runs from November 13 to January 31. 2, 2022. Read more about entertrainmentjunction.com.
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