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75-Year-Old Cincinnati Holiday Tradition Opens This Weekend at Union Terminal

75-Year-Old Cincinnati Holiday Tradition Opens This Weekend at Union Terminal.

A Cincinnati staple for 75 years returns to Cincinnati this weekend. Holiday Junction, a beloved holiday tradition, will return to the Cincinnati Museum Center on Friday for its 75th season.

Duke Energy vacation trains have been a staple of Cincinnati vacations since 1946, with more than 300 carriages and 60 locomotives puffing through a mini-metropolis. a visitor from the North Pole circling the chimneys.

Additionally, the Northern Lights display will return this year. The exhibit is a perfect backdrop for photographs as dim green lights dance behind you and snow-fringed trees surround you.

The museum will follow security protocols. Tickets are $ 10 each. For children under 2 years old, admission is free. For more information on this year’s Christmas attraction, click here.

A Cincinnati staple for 75 years returns to Cincinnati this weekend.

Holiday Junction, a beloved holiday tradition, will return to the Cincinnati Museum Center on Friday for its 75th season.

Duke Energy vacation trains have been a staple of Cincinnati vacations since 1946, with more than 300 carriages and 60 locomotives puffing through a mini-metropolis.

The intricate details on the display show anxious passengers waiting to board, cars up to their hubcaps in the snow, and a visitor from the North Pole circling the chimneys.

Additionally, the Northern Lights exhibit will return this year. The screen is a perfect backdrop for photos, as dim green lights dance behind you and snow-fringed trees surround you.

The museum will follow security protocols.

Tickets are $ 10 each. For children under 2 years, admission is free.

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