Get Festive at The National Railroad Museum
By Rachel Werner | Photo courtesy Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau
Expect a vintage arrival from Santa at The National Railroad Museum in Green Bay.
The locomotive-themed nonprofit transports visitors back in time to when traveling by rail was all the rage. So take advantage of the following events to put a historical spin on this year’s holiday outings:
THROUGH DEC. 3 | TIMES VARY
THE POLAR EXPRESS
Sing along with cheerful, dancing chefs while sipping hot chocolate and cookies as the classic children’s book is narrated.
THROUGH JAN. 7 | 6:15 P.M.
THE FESTIVAL OF TREES
Stroll through the museum’s indoor train exhibits and see more than 40 trees decorated by local businesses, charities and organizations.
DEC. 5-9 | TIMES VARY
HOLIDAY ON RAILS
Take a train ride before settling in for a visit with Mr. Claus as kids listen to stories, play games, do crafts and decorate cookies.
nationalrrmuseum.org | 2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay