Friday, November 7, 2008

The Christmas Train




I copied this info from the website christmastrain.com and would love for you to go there and check it out yourself. There is tons more info and I PROMISE you will really enjoy your trip this year to The Christmas Train. If you have never been, it is a wonderful time! And if you have been in years past, the whole experience is greatly improved, if you can imagine that!

The Story of the Train


How It Began

Since its conception over 20 years ago, Dry Gulch, U.S.A. has become one of Oklahoma's premier retreat centers and summer camps. The property was purchased in 1985 and originally constructed to be an Old West movie set for feature family films. In 1996, Dry Gulch added a narrow-gauge steam locomotive to its list of attractions. The Christmas Train was launched later that year, and the attraction now welcomes an average attendance of 50,000 guests over the course of select nights of operation in November and December.

The Train Today

Over the last three years, major renovations have taken place at the Dry Gulch facility, and several attractions have been added, including a new and improved train experience, a spectacular new depot and theater, extra restaurants and shops, and much more. As part of an evening at The Christmas Train, you will experience the true meaning of Christmas amidst the sights and sounds of the season. The train ride itself features breathtaking artwork, several live reenactments, a multimedia presentation, and an original music score.


Let your imagination come alive at The Christmas Train!

Enter a world of wonder and delight this holiday season, dine and shop in a place untouched by time, and take a horse-drawn wagon ride through a winter wonderland. Amidst the Old West setting at The Christmas Train, you will find lots to see and do, and Old Claus himself will be on hand to greet you. Board an old-fashioned steam train, and you and yours will witness an unforgettable retelling of the true story of Christmas.

Attractions

  • Featured ride aboard an old-fashioned steam train
  • Multimedia presentation of the Christmas story
  • Specialty gift shops & restaurants
  • Live western music show
  • Horse-drawn wagon rides
  • Photos with Old Saint Nick and family photos at White Chapel*
  • Game rooms with video and arcade games*
  • Carousel rides, pony rides, and bumper cars*

*Additional cost and age restrictions apply


Mark Your Calendar!

Tickets for the 2008 season go on sale November 10.

4 comments:

Michelle said...

I would like to take my kids there. Maybe we will get to this year.

6HappyHearts said...

I have been waiting since I moved back to home to take the kiddos!
I can't wait!! We should plan to go on the same night : )

The Coleman Chronicles said...

WOW-- sounds like fun!! I know the kids will really enjoy it. Take pictures for those of us who can't attend.

Dawn said...

It's been a few years since I've been. This may just motivate me to take the family this year. I grew up in Pryor very close to there. :)