- $18 for four tickets to the Rocky Mountain Train Show (a $36 value)
The event takes place December 12 and 13. Admission is good for both days.
The Rocky Mountain Train Show features:
- 2 1/2 acre model train extravaganza
- 30 operating train layouts
- Vast marketplace of trains for sale
- Ride-on train, railroad portraits, and face painting
- Clinics to learn new modeling skills and hourly door prizes every hour for prizes such as a train set or a train trip to Glenwood Springs
- Santa will be there
- Huge kids corner featuring:
- railroad story time
- railroad theatre
- hands-on activities including train races, kid-in-a-cab, wooden floor trains, and build-a-layout program
Rocky Mountain Train Show
The Gold Creek and Pine Cliff Railway is one of the most scenic train routes around. Across its tracks, locomotives travel by cliffs, through pine forests, and sleepy towns. Certainly a camera-worthy attraction, but here's the twist—it's all on a miniature scale. This is just one of the displays you'll find at the 2.5 acre Rocky Mountain Train Show, where more than 30 train layouts spread across over 700 tables and 120,000 square feet of space. That's a lot of chugging and choo-chooing, making this show the perfect outing for family and kids. The show features clinics to learn new modeling skills, hourly door prizes, and extra fare activities like a ride-on train, railroad portraits, and face painting.