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Read Across America Day at the Colorado Railroad Museum

March 2

Grab your passports, and join us for a storybook adventure as we celebrate our first Read Across America Day at the Colorado Railroad Museum!

Grab your passports, and join us for a storybook adventure as we celebrate our first Read Across America Day at the Colorado Railroad Museum!
Immerse yourselves in the rich history of railroads by exploring classic train stories, both during your train ride and also inside our historic railroad cars throughout the museum’s grounds. Make sure to meet our friends, Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat and the Museum’s own mascot, Spike. You and your family can also visit our Depot’s Upper Gallery where you can create your own storybook to bring home!
Featured books include Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham, stories from the Thomas the Tank Engine collection, Donald Crews’ Freight Train, and Marian Potter’s The Little Red Caboose. Even excerpts from the Harry Potter series featuring the Hogwarts Express will be enjoyed!
Train Rides will be available from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. this day. The event itself runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Storybook activities included with regular Museum admission this day; Train Rides available for a small additional charge. More Information: Click Here.

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Date:
March 2
Event Category:

Venue

CO United States

Organizer

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Other

Primary Category
559
Website 1
https://www.eventvesta.com/events/13963/t/tickets
Submitter Email
paul@crrm.org
Street
Colorado Railroad Museum 17155 W. 44th Avenue Golden, Colorado 80403
City
Denver
Phone/Email
9168490679
Brief Description
Grab your passports, and join us for a storybook adventure as we celebrate our first Read Across America Day at the Colorado Railroad Museum!