Santa pays a visit to the North Pole Express
All aboard for some quaint Christmas magic.
The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M) is transforming into the North Pole Express for the holidays.
Hop on the vintage-style train for a journey that includes a visit with Santa and his elves, holiday lights and hot chocolate (for purchase). Kids will receive a special bell onboard and get a cookie.
"The North Pole Express, operated by the LM&M Railroad, is a magical event where everyone can experience the wonder of the holiday season as they journey down the train tracks of Warren County, Ohio," reads an event description.
Each ride lasts an hour and 15 minutes in a heated train and guests can choose from two different ticketing options. Deluxe class passengers ($35-$50) will have individual seating and extra leg room, while coach passengers ($22-$35) can relax on 1930s-style bench seating. Infants who don't need a seat cost $5.
The train departs at 6 and 8 p.m. on weekdays and at noon, 2, 4, 6 and 8 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
The North Pole Express will operate through Dec. 23, and rides frequently sell out.
The LM&M ticket office is located at 16 E. South St., Lebanon. For more info or to purchase tickets online, visit lebanonrr.com
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