*I received a four pack of tickets in exchange for my review. Thanks to U.S. Family Guide and the N.C. Transportation Museum for this opportunity.
Here comes the Easter Bunny! My daughter and her friend had such a wonderful time on the Easter Bunny Express. They were so excited when they found out that they would be going on a train ride with the Easter Bunny. The whole way there they kept asking the classical, "Are we there yet?" Finally we arrived just in time to get our tickets and board the train. The staff was very friendly and they had plenty of seats for us to choose from. We chose our seats and the girls were already looking for the bunny. Right before we were getting ready to take off I looked out the window and saw the Easter Bunny riding in a cute little car with bunny helpers along side him. The girls were jumping with excitement because they knew he was coming to board the train. They immediately starting peaking around the seats looking for him to come.
The train starts moving and the adventure begins. As you can tell from the photo they finally saw the bunny. He came up to them and sat beside of them for a minute and let us take some pictures. The bunny's helpers gave the girls some candy and they were very happy about that. The train took us to a little depot where the girls got to make an Easter craft and color. They also had an interactive toy train set up that was really neat too. Outside the girls got to play putt putt, draw with chalk on the sidewalk and play with bubbles. Right before we left they had an Easter story read to them and then we went inside the gift shop where they also got a free tattoo. This was a really fun day for us all. I would love to go back soon for another experience.
The North Carolina Transportation Museum is located in Spencer, N.C. and they have different themed train rides throughout the year. To learn more about them you can visit their website at: www.nctrans.org.
*I received a four pack of tickets in exchange for my honest review. Thanks to U.S. Family Guide and the N.C. Transportation Museum for this opportunity.