The Polar Express & Festive York
2 Days Away - 2021
Climb aboard for a truly magical Christmas experience on The Polar Express; a festive adventure on the Wensleydale Railway for the whole family to enjoy! Sit back, relax and indulge in some delicious treats and hot chocolate as you sing along to Christmas carols. As if the journey wasn’t cosy enough, all passengers are invited to wear pyjamas on the train to make the experience even more magical!
During our break away we also visit the wonderful city of York, all decked out for the season with glittering festive lights and the chance to start your Christmas shopping.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- Overnight stay at a selected 3-star hotel in Yorkshire with dinner & breakfast
- Journey aboard The Polar Express on the Wensleydale Railway (including cookies, hot chocolate and a gift from Santa)
- Included visit to York
Upgrade to a premium seat for £15pp (selected dates only)
Polar Express (Wensleydale Railway) carousel
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All aboard The Polar Express! Join us for a fabulously festive train ride on the Wensleydale Railway, a wonderful experience for the family to enjoy together. Sing along to some classic carols and listen to the story of The Polar Express while keeping an eye out for Santa Claus himself as he makes his exciting appearance on board! Each child will receive their very own Christmas gift, a silver bell from his sleigh!
All Standard Class ticket holders will also receive a freshly baked cookie and mug of hot chocolate.
Book your next trip to York, one of Europe's most popular historic cities, renowned for its Roman, Viking and Medieval heritage with lots of attractions for visitors to enjoy. The streets are full of historic buildings, traditional shops and cafés, and a number of museums and art galleries.
The city’s historic sites are impressive, contained within the city walls which date back to Roman times and are themselves an integral part of York’s unique character.