Thomas the Tank Engine is getting ready to ride off the pages of the beloved storybooks
and into the hearts of our little fans.
Our favorite Number One Engine is set to roll into the Orange Empire Railway Museum
in Perris, CA on ,10,11, 16 and 17, 2013.
All little girls and boys will have the opportunity to meet Thomas the Tank Engine
and Friends in person at the 2013 Day Out With Thomas GO GO Tour.
Little engineers and grownups are invited to take a 25-minute ride
on a life-size Thomas and have a fun day of Thomas-related activities including:
- A meet and greet with Sir Topham Hatt, the Superintendent of the Railroad
- Thomas and Friends storytelling and video viewing
- A Thomas and Friends Imagination Station (train table play area and arts and crafts)
- Petting Zoo
- Jules Live Music 4 Kids
- Temporary Tattoos
- Bounce House
- Caboose Train and Trolley Rides
Tickets are $21 for ages two and older.
Reserve your train departure time with your ticket purchase.
Military and group discounts are available.
The activities on site at a Day Out With Thomas are for you
and your children to enjoy for several hours or more.
Please plan your arrival time accordingly.
You should arrive no later than one hour prior to your scheduled departure.
Day Out With Thomas promises to engineer miles of smiles for the whole family.
For more information and to purchase tickets,
Tickets may also be purchased online at Ticketweb http://tktwb.tw/19PQtSO
Today you can win a family 4-pack of tickets to experience this wonderful event with your family!
You pick the day and the Orange Empire Railway Museum will pick your boarding time.
And if you have already purchased tickets and you win here,
you will receive a refund plus a $10 gift certificate for the Thomas store at the event!
The Orange Empire Railway Museum's mission is an all-volunteer organization that has been preserving Southern California’s railway history since 1956. The museum’s mission is to educate the public on the technology, history, and impact of the rail transportation industry in the West. Over 200 rail cars and locomotives, ranging from Los Angeles street cars to modern diesel locomotives, are preserved at the museum’s 100-acre site in Perris, California, which is open 363 days of the year.