The Big Red Bus is proud to present the first annual “Polar Bus Express” for an unforgettable experience.
“ALL ABOARD!” Ride along this true double-decker bus set to the enchanting sounds of the motion picture soundtrack.
Passengers relive the magic of the story as this nighttime “bus” whisks families away for a remarkable ride to the North Pole at The Market Common.
Passengers will receive their own souvenir golden ticket, a “BELIEVE” sleigh bell, Chocolate chip cookie, water, and complimentary hot cocoa at the end of the destination. If you ring the bell and believe hard enough there will be a surprise visit from Jolly Saint Nicholas himself! Don’t forget to dress in your favorite holiday outfit or pajamas!
There will be two rides at 5pm & 7pm every Saturday in December leading up to Christmas day. Each ride lasting approximately 1 hour and departs in front of the Grand 14 @ The Market Common Movie Theater.
Children 1 and under are free. Lap children must be seated on a parent or guardian’s lap throughout the duration of the train ride.
Disclaimer: Wear warm clothes. Rides will be rescheduled due to inclement weather.
Tickets are: $29.95 All persons. Please choose The Polar Bus Express from the tours listed below.
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