Great Trains Holiday Show

Wilton Historical Society

November 23, 2018 | All Day

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Description

Take the children in your life to an entrancing afternoon with trains and live entertainment. Dressed for the holidays, the Wilton Historical Society’s historic 18th and 19th century buildings are transformed into a train-lovers delight with many different model train layouts winding through tiny towns with a variety of different kinds of buildings, tunnels and even a working Ferris wheel! The display enchants visitors of all ages with lots of buttons to push and knowledgeable “train engineers” on hand to “talk trains”.
New this year – model trains are toot, toot, tooting upstairs in the Toy Loft, which is filled with the favorite toys of yesteryear. In a special train room for the youngest guests, Thomas the Tank Engine and Brio trains are ready for hands-on fun. The Wilton Historical Society is the place to be – come enjoy the ever-popular Great Trains Holiday Show!

Contact Name: Nick Foster

Contact Email: info@wiltonhistorical.org

Contact Phone: 203-762-7257

NOTE: We do our best to ensure all information is accurate, however it's a good idea to visit the website or call the venue to verify the information.

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Ticket Information

Admission is free for members of the Society; $5 per non-member child and $10 for non-member adults.

Venue

Wilton Historical Society
224 Danbury Road
Wilton, CT 06897

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Accessibility Info

No accessibility info available.

Stair Lift Available

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