The first weekend of Thomas at the Orange Empire Railway Museum is complete but there’s still time to get tickets for next weekend! This time he’s joined by his good buddy Percy so you can ride on him as well! (Percy requires additional ticket and is not included in the price of Thomas ride). It was a beautiful day in Perris yesterday at the Orange Empire Railway Museum and my kids got to see and ride Thomas. I feel like at almost eight years old, sadly my oldest has started to outgrow Thomas. That’s the beauty of siblings though! This was Jax’s first time and he’s hooked! In fact he’s playing with Reed’s old Thomas trains ride now and watching a TV and saying “choo choo.” At almost two it’s the perfect age to fall in love with Thomas! His big brother loved showing him the ropes! Paige is six and even though she’s a girl, she has always loved Thomas too! There is so much more to do at Day out with Thomas than just riding Thomas, even though that is the highlight! There are stations on a map the kids can visit and get a stamp and at the end of the day they get a Thomas souvenir to commemorate the day if they visited all stations! There were a few new things this year that the kids loved like the train bounce house. My kids can bounce all day! They also loved goofing off and taking fun pictures. Thomas has always been magic to my kids and I’m thrilled that my youngest got to enjoy it for the first time and that we now have another train lover in the family! It’s just an all around fun family day that brings everyone together.If you haven’t experienced Day out with Thomas for yourself, it’s an experience not to be missed! Check out all the details below to get your tickets!
DOWT at the OERM Details
All aboard! Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends are once again chugging into the Orange Empire Railway Museum for five days in November. Tickets are on sale through September 1 for boarding times on the 7th, 8th, 11th, 14th and 15th of November. Train departure times fill up fast. So get your tickets now at www.thomasperrisca.oerm.org Save on service charges by calling the museum directly. (951) 943-3020. Day Out With Thomas 2015 offers aspiring engineers and their families the opportunity to take a 25-minute ride with the famous engine and a 15-minute ride with his railway friend Percy. Children can also meet Sir Topham Hatt, the Superintendent of the Railroad from the Island of Sodor. Enjoy a wide range of fun activities perfect for children. There will be games, a petting zoo, bounce houses, coloring, live children’s music, sing-alongs and storytelling. There will also be Thomas & Friends temporary tattoos, Thomas & Friends train tables and building activities, videos and a Thomas gift store. There will be street car and trolley rides and an entire museum to explore. A visit to the Orange Empire Railway Museum is a trip back in time to when trains, conductors, whistles, bells and steam were a part of the way we traveled. A Day Out With Thomas will keep adults who love trains, and children who love Thomas, happily chugging along the tracks. Families should arrive no later than one hour prior to scheduled departure. Tickets start at $19 for ages two and older. For more information, call the Orange Empire Railway Museum office at 951-943-3020 or visit www.thomasperrisca.oerm.org The Orange Empire Railway Museum is an all-volunteer organization that has been preserving Southern California’s railway history since 1956. The museum’s mission is to educate the public on the technology, history, and impact of the rail transportation industry in the West. Over 200 rail cars and locomotives, ranging from Los Angeles street cars to modern diesel locomotives, are preserved at the museum’s 90-acre site in Perris, California, which is open 363 days of the year.
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