Free tickets to meet Thomas the Train at the N.C. Transportation Museum


Sodor just got hit with some chilly fall temperatures, so Thomas the Train and Sir Topham Hatt packed their bags and have arrived in beautiful North Carolina for a little vacation!

They are at the N.C. Transportation Museum in Spencer, where you can meet them, take a ride on Thomas, and enjoy a day of fun!

Festivities include a 25-minute ride, storytelling, live music, building with Mega Bloks® and so much more!

And here's the best part. Three lucky readers will receive a family four-pack to the event on Sept. 30.

Click HERE to register for the contest! You can revisit this page once a day to increase your chances of winning!

Toot toot!

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