More than ten million reasons to visit Edaville’s Festival of Lights

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See the new Thomas Land, too, or ride the VIP Santa Train 

There are more than ten million reasons, in the form of a spectacular array of lights, to visit Edaville USA’s Festival of Lights this holiday season, one of the most loved family Christmas traditions that draws from all over New England. New this year with admission to the park is

New this year with admission to the park is entry to Thomas Land, the only one in North America and one of only three in the world. Join Thomas and his friends, including Winston Whistle Stop, on the Island of Sodor, an 11-acre paradise for fans of the adventurous tank engine. “There is very little opportunity for family entertainment like this anymore,” said Jon Delli Priscoli, who owns Edaville USA. “After

“There is very little opportunity for family entertainment like this anymore,” said Jon Delli Priscoli, who owns Edaville USA. “After all this time, I still delight in seeing the excitement on the children’s faces when they are in the park.”

At the Festival of Lights, kids of all ages will enjoy, warm, dry coaches while riding through this spectacular holiday setting on our narrow gauge railroad, along with vintage amusement rides, indoor play areas, and a visit with Santa. You can also purchase a full meal or take advantage of smaller concessions throughout the park offering delicious seasonal treats.

If you are so inclined, you can take a ride with the big man himself on the Santa VIP train. Visit with Santa and get an early Christmas gift, and get access to the full park before the gates open to the general public. Tickets for the VIP train are $44 per person and are not discounted.

Admission to the Festival of Lights is $29 per person, but there is a $5 discount offered each day but Saturday. In addition, on Wednesdays and Thursdays, any firefighter, police officer, nurse, teacher or EMT will be admitted for free if accompanied by someone paying a full price admission. Groups of 15 or more enjoy a $22 per person discount.

For further information or to reserve your tickets to these intergenerational, memory making family attractions, which run through the rest of the year, call 508-866-8195.

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