Celebrate the holiday on the rails with Santa!

Since the Hallmark Channel has already begun airing new Christmas movies, we can now officially start talking about the upcoming holiday season. This year, experience the fun of taking a ride with Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad, with the Santa Express.

Santa and his helpers will transform the train and station into an enchanting holiday experience in anticipation of Santa’s visit on this hour-plus trip. Check out the 1890's Depot that will be decked out in Victorian style.

Santa will board train at Unity where he will begin visiting with the kiddos to hear their holiday wishes!

Each child will receive a small gift from Santa’s toy bag. Sip hot chocolate and enjoy a candy canes and sugar cookies! Christmas songs will be sung.

This memorable family Christmas adventure includes:
* 1 to 1.5 hour train ride.
* Complimentary Hot chocolate & cookies
* Small gift for each child

Celebrating over 150 years of railroading, the Belfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad offers some fun weekend trips from their location in Unity. Just about every weekend from Memorial Day until the end of October, then back for the holiday season! They host fun events, and if you haven’t had the pleasure of a good train ride, this is right up your alley. It really is a treat to experience this.

There are plenty of chances to enjoy this fun day! Here is the schedule:

Saturday, December 3rd 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm
Sunday, December 4th 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm
Saturday, December 10th 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm
Sunday, December 11th 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm
Saturday, December 17th 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm
Sunday, December 18th 11am-12:00pm/1:30pm-2:30pm

Get your tickets at the Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad website

The Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad is located at 212 Depot Street, Unity.

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