Scituate North Pole Express
Sunday December 7th, 2014
We are SOLD OUT for all 4 trains
Unfortunately we will not be selling “DAY OF” tickets – Please Join Us Next Year!!!!
Purchases may be made online up until train time or
Day of at Greenbush Station –
Cash Sales Only
If purchasing day of tickets please arrive at least 45 minutes prior to train – 30 minutes for ticket holders
There will be merchandise and refreshments available for purchase – cash sales only!
Looking forward to seeing you at our magical event!
“Though I’ve grown old, the bell still rings for me as it does for all who truly believe.” Chris Van Allsburg
On Sunday, December 7th, 2014 the spirit of the holiday will descend upon the quaint village of Scituate, Massachusetts as children embark on a magical train ride to the North Pole. This 60-90 minute train ride departing from the
Greenbush Commuter Rail Station to the North Pole will delight children and adults alike. Children will be entertained with the reading of this classic story of “The Polar Express”, have milk and cookies, sing Christmas carols, and be visited by Santa’s Elves, Frosty, Rudolph, and the big man in red, Santa, and Mrs. Claus. Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas to get into the spirit of the event. Each child will receive a special gift from Santa and most importantly the “magical” silver bell.
Revised Departure times for 2014:
There are 4 train rides scheduled for Sunday, December 7, 2014 departing at
12:30PM Our 12:30 train has one car reserved to provide a more relaxed setting for families of children with special needs
Tickets: Available online only – Go to ticket page to Purchase
Passengers should be at the station a minimum of 30 minutes prior to departure time. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to departure. The trains will leave promptly at their scheduled time. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about boarding, parking, seating and ticket order fulfillment.
Support Our South Shore Community:
The Scituate North Pole Express is brought to you by the C.O.R.S.E. Foundation (Community of Resources for Special Education) and S.H.O.R.E. (Scituate High Opportunities and Resources for Education). Proceeds from the event go directly to these two volunteer non-profit organizations.