Pump House Steam Museum Hosts Holiday-Themed Train Show

Published on: 2016/12/08 - in Releases

Choo-choo on down to the Pump House Steam Museum’s new All Aboard for the Holidays train show this Saturday, December 10 and Sunday, December 11 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

“We are thrilled to announce this holiday tradition in the making! Conductors of all ages are going to love trying their skills on our model trains,” says Gordon Robinson, curator.

•       Trying your hand at conducting on our portable layout/model railway. The best place for all junior conductors to practice.
•       The newly renovated train room. It has been transformed into a winter wonderland complete with a winter village.
•       See the O & HO scale layouts – a kind of model railway –come alive with holiday locomotives.
•       The Polar Express story times Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. hosted by the big guy in red and leave with a special souvenir.
•       Our epic hot chocolate bar. Think beyond marshmallows!
•       Striking a pose at the holiday photo booth, complete with all sorts of fun props.
•       Making a miniature train you can eat.

The museum, at 23 Ontario Street, is offering free admission with a new unwrapped toy for the local toy drive – or a family admission is just $11.95 or pay $5 for adults, $4.22 for students and seniors and $1.70 for children 5 to 12 (children 0-4 years-old are free).

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