Nightcaps with St. Nick

Posted 11/12/17

CHATTANOOGA — The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is introducing an exciting new holiday train ride for adults — "Nightcaps with St. Nick." The special rides, for people 21 and older, will take …

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Nightcaps with St. Nick

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CHATTANOOGA — The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is introducing an exciting new holiday train ride for adults — "Nightcaps with St. Nick." The special rides, for people 21 and older, will take place every Friday and Saturday night in December before Christmas. Departures are at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. 

The 75-minute ride will include a brief stop at the North Pole, a visit from St. Nick, and a storyteller sharing 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. Ticket price — $65 per ticket — includes two drinks, a souvenir mug and desserts. 

Alcoholic beverages that will be served are Eggnog Brandy Alexander, Bailey's Irish Cream Coffee and Peppermint Schnapps Hot Chocolate. Non-alcoholic drinks will include eggnog, hot chocolate, hot tea and coffee. Dessert plates will be available along with the drinks. 

Guests on "Nightcaps with St. Nick" will enjoy the trip aboard the museum's round-end observation car 6604. Specific dates for the event are Dec. 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22 and 23. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum does not offer childcare, and children are not allowed on these trips.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit tvrail.com or call 423-894-8028.

The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is an educational, non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve railroading history for future generations. The museum is the southeast's largest operating historical railroad and was founded 54 years ago. The museum is located at 4119 Cromwell Road in Chattanooga.

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