All aboard for a day of family fun with Thomas and Percy!
Thomas is returning to the Southern California Railway Museum April 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2019 and November 2, 3, 9, 10, & 11 2019.
Take a ride with Thomas, meet Percy* and Sir Topham Hatt, and enjoy a day of family fun! Advanced Ticket Purchase is highly recommended and will be available online prior to the event – Tickets Available Soon!!
ABOUT THE EVENT
What is Day Out With Thomas™?
Who is Thomas the Tank Engine?
What are the appropriate ages for Day Out With Thomas?
Will Thomas the Tank Engine be there?
Will Sir Topham Hatt be there?
Will Percy be there?
Yes, Percy the Small Engine be joining Thomas and Sir Topham Hatt on their Big Adventure to the Orange Empire Railway Museum November 3rd, 4th, 10th, and 11th. A very limited number of tickets to ride behind Percy are available as an add-on to your Thomas tickets on those dates.
** Please note Percy needs to chug on back to Sodor early, and will not be on site on November 12th **
Where is the event?
Visit Thomas at the Southern California Railway Museum (formerly Orange Empire Railway Museum)
2201 South A Street
Perris, CA 92570
When is the event?
Day Out with Thomas – Big Adventures Tour will be visiting the Southern California Railway Museum April and November 2019!
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets on Sale Soon! Please visit https://www.ticketweb.com/venue/southern-california-railway-museum-perris-ca/14521
How much are tickets?
Ticket prices range from $19.00 to $25.00
How do I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased through TicketWeb or call 866-468-7630
Who needs tickets?
Tickets are required for guests ages two and up.
What is included in the ticket price?
A ticket for Day Out With Thomas includes admission to the museum, the train ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, as well as a variety of Thomas & Friends themed entertainment, including Storytelling and Video Viewing, Temporary Tattoos of Island of Sodor friends, and an Imagination Station with Arts & Crafts and more. Guests will also have the opportunity to meet Sir Topham Hatt, the Controller of the Railway on the Island of Sodor. For an additional amount, train rides with Percy will be available on a space-available basis (Percy’s train is smaller than Thomas’s).
How will I receive my tickets?
Tickets and confirmations will be emailed at the time of purchase and may be printed out and presented on the day of the event.
Are there any refunds?
There will be no refunds or exchanges.
Do you recommend purchasing tickets in advance?
Due to the popularity of Day Out With Thomas, advance ticket purchase is highly recommended. It is not uncommon for events to sell out. When purchasing tickets you will be asked to select a specific date and time for your ride with Thomas. Your ticket is valid only for that date and time.
DAY OF EVENT INFO
How do I get there?
Take I-10 east or Route 60 east or Route 91 east to I-215. Take the I-215 South to Perris. In Perris exit Route 74 West. Follow Route 74/4th Street west or 1 mile. Turn left onto A Street. Follow A Street south for 1.5 miles. Museum parking is on your left.
From the North (San Bernardino, Riverside):
Take I-215 south to Perris. In Perris, take the exit to Route 74 West. Follow Route 74/4th Street west for 1 mile. Turn left onto A Street. Follow A Street south for 1.5 miles. The Museum parking is on your left.
From the South (San Diego):
Take the I-15 north to I-215 north. Follow I-215 north to Perris. In Perris, exit Route 74 West. Follow Route 74/4th Street west for 1 mile. Turn left onto A Street. Take A Street south 1.5 miles. Museum parking is on your left.
Is there parking available on site?
Is there an additional cost for parking?
What times do trains depart?
When should we arrive for our train ride with Thomas?
Is there assigned seating on the train?
How long is the train ride?
Your ride on the train with Thomas is approximately 25 minutes. If you purchase an additional add-on ticket to ride on Percy, that ride is approximately 15 minutes. Please note Percy will not be on site on November 12th.
Are you limited to just one train ride?