Tennessee Railroad Hosting Magical Train Rides Through Beautiful Christmas Lights
This unique train ride will take you on a round trip to see gorgeous Christmas lights.
There's just something special about the magic of Christmastime. It's a time when everyone lights up their homes and businesses with hundreds of lights, and loved ones come together. It's just a cozy time of year. One of my favorite traditions is filling up my mug with hot chocolate or mulled cider, and driving around to see all of the Christmas lights. Now one Tennessee railroad is offering unique train rides this December, that will take you on a journey to see stunning Christmas lights.
Tennessee Valley Railroad
Based out of Chatanooga is The Tennessee Valley Railroad. The Tennessee Valley Railroad is not only an operating railroad that hosts unique train ride experiences, but they also are home to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.
Today, TVRM preserves railroad equipment not only to preserve machines but to preserve an experience as well. In providing this historical experience, TVRM hopes to educate our visitors about the importance of this industry and how it helped create the modern world in which we live.
Holiday Lights Train Ride
While the Tennessee Valley Railroad hosts all kinds of unique experience train rides, one particular ride will absolutely get you in the holiday spirit. Starting right after Christmas, the railroad will host their Holiday Lights Train Ride which will take you on a 6-mile ride through a ton of gorgeous dazzling Christmas lights.
The Holiday Lights Train Ride is a festive way to enjoy the holiday season starting after Christmas Day. The train ride takes you through a variety of light displays, from twinkling snowflakes to towering Christmas trees. The Holiday Lights Train Ride is a great activity for families or groups of friends. It’s a fun and unique way to see the holiday lights and get into the spirit of the season.
Breakdown of the 65-minute experience on the Holiday Christmas Lights Train includes 6-miles roundtrip, crossing four bridges, passing through pre-Civil War, horseshoe-shaped tunnel, and historic turntable demonstration. Come on ride the train!
To learn more about the Holiday Lights Train Ride and to get your tickets, you can find all of the information, here. If you want to check out more about the railroad museum and everything they have to offer, you can check out their website, TVRail.com.