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Heber Valley Railroad: The North Pole Express!!


North Pole Express at Heber Valley Railroad!!
December 8th, 15th, & 17th – 24th

What a fun family tradition!  Take a ride on the North Pole Express aboard the Heber Valley Railroad to see Santa, Mrs. Claus, and even some elves!  Once you reach the North Pole you don't have to wait in line, Santa and Mrs. Claus come right to your seat! (I really liked that part)  My kids usually freak out  when it's their turn to sit on Santa's lap, so this approach was much more fun for all of us.  :)


When we got there we handed them our tickets and then received a nice new one to keep!  The train was all decked out in holiday decor.  My kids were ecstatic!  My boy couldn't even contain himself..lol  He was seriously bursting with pure joy!


We all sang Christmas carols, jingled bells, and my son did a lot of dancing in the isles!  The kids were thoroughly entertained the entire time.  And when they weren't singing they were enjoying the ride and looking out the windows.


We all also got hot cocoa with whipped cream in a souvenir mug, a cookie, and a special gift from Santa.  My husband prepped our kids before we came by reading The Polar Express Story to them.  They were super excited to board a train in their pajamas to get their special gift!


We went last weekend and it was sold out, but there are still openings if you want to take a family trip to the North Pole!  You can call 435-654-5601 or buy North Pole Christmas Train Tickets online.  See more details for the North Pole Express here.  We really had a lot of fun!  My kids will be talking about it for a long time!!

I received tickets for my family for review purposes.  All opinions are 100% mine.  
No other compensation was received.


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