We are headed back to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in Chattanooga, TN next weekend. We’ve gone twice before, earlier this year at last May, to attend Day Out with Thomas. Bryson loves all things trains, so I’m excited to take him on the Halloween Eerie Express and create some fun memories.
The Halloween Eerie Express is designed with young children in mind and packed with fun activities. Riders will board the Eerie Express and depart from Grand Junction Station. They’ll disembark at the Fun House where they’ll enjoy 2,000 square feet of games and themed rooms. Afterwards, they’ll enjoy a final ride back to Grand Junction Station. The event lasts a little over an hour an a half. Kids will be entertained throughout the Fun House and train ride, but will not be scared.
Watch the embedded video below for an idea of what you can expect. If you are reading via e-mail or feed, you may need to click over to see the video.
Halloween Eerie Express activities include:
- hot cider
- black-light mini-golf
- temporary tattoos
- treat bags
- a 20-room fun house experience
- costume contest
- Fall Festive at Grand Junction
- pumpkin patch
- petting zoo
- pony rides for an additional fee
- Depot Deli will be open for supper
See photos and find more info at the Halloween Eerie Express page.
Eerie Express Dates & Ticket Info
There are only 6 dates scheduled for the Halloween Eerie Express beginning this weekend. Attend any Friday or Saturday between now and Halloween. Folks are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available at the depot, but spots are limited and you’ll be out of luck if you arrive and tickets are sold out.
Halloween Eerie Express Dates
October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26 & 27
Departure Times: 5:45PM & 7:45PM
You can buy your tickets online at TVRail.com. Tickets are $22 each and children under 2 are free.
Riders are encouraged to arrive 20 minutes before departure and even earlier if you want to enjoy the pumpkin patch, petting zoo, and pony rides.
I hope to see you there!
Thanks to the folks at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum for allowing our family to attend the Halloween Eerie Express event.
have a great time! Looks like a great adventure for the kiddos and parents:)
Olivia is almost 8 and starting to get into “big kid” stuff. Do you think she would be too old, since it is geared toward younger kids? I don’t want to do really scary stuff with her because it still gives her nightmares.
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