Connecticut Attractions November 15, 2018
This Holiday Trolley Ride In Connecticut Will Take You Through A Magical Tunnel Of Lights
‘Tis the season and before you know it the holidays will have rushed on by. There is plenty of baking, shopping, and decorating to be done but you’ll also want to set aside to have some fun too! One of our favorite ways in Connecticut to take a time out from the hustle and bustle is to embark a cheerful holiday trolley ride. Journey through a sparkling tunnel of lights on vintage trolley car for an evening of holiday magic.
Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights is an annual event at the Connecticut Trolley Museum in East Windsor. Enjoy a spirited holiday trolley ride on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, 5 p.m. - 9 p.m., from November 23 - December 30, 2018.
Gaze in wonder at the sparkling lights as you take a nighttime journey on a historic trolley. Join in singing traditional Christmas carols to set the mood for this festive evening.
Choose a seat in a traditional enclosed trolley...
... or enjoy the crisp winter night while traveling in the open-air Electric Sleigh.
Return to the station and enter a wonderland of decorations and more holiday lights. Sip on some hot chocolate and pay a visit to Santa.
Each child will receive s small gift from Jolly Old St. Nick at the station. Santa will head back to the North Pole after the December 23rd night and will not be around on the final weekend of Winterfest.
Tickets for the Tunnel of Lights cost from $3 to $15 per person depending on age and night attending the event. Trolly Museum members get a half-price discount on tickets. Purchase tickets at the museum on the night you would like to ride up until 9 p.m.
Find the Connecticut Trolley Museum at 58 N. Rd., East Windsor, CT 06088. Learn more about Winterfest and the Tunnel of Lights by visiting their
Do you know someone who would love taking this holiday trolley ride? Did you know that you can also celebrate the holiday season in Connecticut by taking this
festive Christmas train or this old-fashioned holiday stroll?