Night Trains return to Twin City Model Railroad Museum


Night Trains™ season is back. This special holiday tradition returns to the Twin City Model Railroad Museum (668 Transfer Road, Suite 8) runs every Saturday evening from 3-7 p.m. through the last Saturday in February (except Christmas Day).
Night Trains season brings a winter wonderland to the miniature train layouts in a magical way: the lights are turned down, the buildings and streetlights glow warmly – setting the scene for lighted models of vintage passenger trains. The make-believe towns are buried in blizzards, and throughout the museum the layouts are adorned with miniature Christmas lights and decorations.
Night Trains takes place at the museum’s location at 668 Transfer Road, Suite 8 in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Admission to this special show is $15 per person and FREE for children age four and under.
Admission is limited each night, so advanced ticket sales are strongly recommended. Tickets are available in two hour blocks (3-5 p.m. and 5-7p.m.). Get your tickets at Walk-up ticket sales will only be accepted if the museum is under capacity for the time block. Masks are strongly recommended for everyone over two years of age; please stay home if ill and practice good social distancing while at the museum.
The non-profit Twin City Model Railroad Museum first started in 1934. From these humble beginnings, and through several location and name changes, the Twin City Model Railroad Museum has grown to a world-class museum whose mission is to provide family entertainment for the young and old alike, while preserving a bygone era of Minnesota railroad history.
For information about Night Trains or the Twin City Model Railroad Museum, contact Brandon Jutz at Watch the Facebook page and for special events.


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