All Aboard NC By Train’s popular Santa Train Dec. 2

Update: Tickets are SOLD OUT for Raleigh; still available for Charlotte


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Oct. 16 update: Tickets are SOLD OUT for the Raleigh area, but there are still tickets available for the Charlotte area.

Families can celebrate the holidays by getting on board NC By Train’s popular Santa Train, which will offer routes between Charlotte and Raleigh on Saturday, Dec. 2. For one day only, come make some memories on this fun-filled trip featuring Mrs. Claus, carolers, refreshments and Santa Claus himself!

Tickets are limited and sell out quickly, so book early to reserve your seats. Passengers can board the Santa Train at any of the stops listed below.

To participate in Santa Train, tickets must be purchased as round trip:

  • From Raleigh (station code RGH), Cary (CYN), Durham (DNC) or Burlington (BNC), book your round trip ticket on Train #75 to Greensboro (GRO), returning on Train #74.
  • From Charlotte (CLT), Kannapolis (KAN), Salisbury (SAL), book your round trip ticket on Train #74 to High Point (HPT), returning on Train #75.

Tickets can be purchased online by visiting or calling 800-298-7246.

Source: NCDOT


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