Day Out with Thomas is Coming!!

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My little boy, who perpetually has trains on the brain, was delighted when we surprised him with a trip to Day Out with Thomas® back in May.  It was a day trip up to Chatanooga, complete with a chance for the whole family to actually ride Thomas.  We met Sir Topham Hatt, to boot!

Thomas the Tank Engine™ is celebrating friendship at Day Out With Thomas®: The Celebration Tour 2015, and families across North America are invited aboard! Little engineers everywhere are invited to join Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into Cordelia, GA October 16-18 & October 24-25 for Day Out with Thomas: The Celebration Tour 2015.  (GA. Veterans State Park  2459 Hwy 280 West at Cannon Road, Cordele, Ga  31015)

 

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This fun-filled event offers little engineers and their families the opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, star of the popular Thomas & Friends® series. In addition, children will meet Sir Topham Hatt™, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day of Thomas-themed activities including arts & crafts, storytelling and more.  Make sure you have all your Thomas gear when you go!!

I would LOVE to send two families to Day Out with Thomas, on Sunday, October 25 in Cordelia, GA ! I have two family 4-packs (4 tickets) to give away, good for October 25, with a train reservation time of 12:45 — but rest assured, you can come earlier or stay later; 12:45** is simply when you ride Thomas.  If you’d like to win a four-pack of tickets to Day Out with Thomas, it’s simple.  First, comment below with what you and your Thomas fan are most looking forward to doing at DOWT, then fill out the form below.  You can tweet daily for extra entries!Day Out with Thomas giveaway banner

Day Out with Thomas (Cordelia, GA)

**PLEASE NOTE: The tickets are ONLY good for Sunday, October 25, for the 12:45 train ride.  I cannot accommodate any other date/time, as tickets are not transferable.  Photo ID is require to pick up tickets.  Also, it is advised to arrive an hour ahead of departure time to park, pick up tickets, and board Thomas the Train.  Of course, feel free to arrive earlier and to stay later to enjoy all the Day Out with Thomas activities.


Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Comments

  1. Shelley Berke says:

    We love Thomas. We went last year and had fun but it was a long day for my then not even 1 year old so my almost 2 year old didn’t get to spend as much time as he wanted. Hopefully this year would be better.

  2. My son Carter loves trains and would absolutely love to take part in the Thomas the train day. We haven’t done anything quite like this and I think he would just be so entertained and absolutely love it! Thank you for the opportunity!!

  3. My two boys adore Thomas! They know all of the trains names and play for hours with them. I would love to win this opportunity!

  4. Betsy says:

    We love Thomas in our house of 2 little boys! My littlest just turned 3. We wanted to take him to see Thomas for his birthday but we can’t allocate funds for the trip right now. A family pass would make his dream come true!

  5. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    We would love to to sit back and relax with Thomas. This looks like it would be a great trip checking some of the sites and beauty in Nature along the way.

  6. Mary Moorhead says:

    This has been on our list of things we want to take the kids to see! My 3 year old would be so excited to ride on Thomas and my 16 month old would love to just take it all in and see the “choo choo’s”!!

  7. Adrienne C says:

    I am most looking forward to the look on my son’s face the first time he sees Thomas.. He is going to completely loose it. I hope I get to give that gift to him.

  8. A Maxie says:

    I am most looking forward to accomplishing what my little one thinks is impossible by introducing him to Thomas.

  9. Annie J. Wong says:

    It’ll be awesome to meet Thomas in person! My eight and three year old live and breath Thomas the engine!

  10. Missy Rodil says:

    Riding the train and seeing Thomas. It would be awesome!
    Thanks!!

  11. Amanda Cox says:

    Nate and Mary would absolutely adore this! Mary already has a love for Thomas and friends!

  12. Laura B says:

    I’d love to see my son’s reaction to seeing a real life size Thomas. That would spark such imagination as he returned home to his play train set-thinking that Thomas and Friends really exist in another city…

  13. Lauren says:

    My lil’ guy is already planning on being Thomas for Halloween – I know he would love a surprise visit to the REAL Thomas!!

  14. Melissa S. says:

    I would love to see my son when he sees Thomas. He loves Thomas so much and talks non stop about trains.

  15. Deanna Hamilton says:

    He is looking forward to getting a toy from the big tent.

  16. Nadia Kounang says:

    We LOVE Thomas! My son couldn’t imagine anything better than seeing a life-size Thomas!

  17. Gabrielle F. says:

    My son LOVESSSS Thomas the Train. It would mean everything to him if he actually got to meet him and ride the train!!!!!

  18. Becky Morrison says:

    Oh we are SO excited that Thomas is so close! I took my oldest to see him in NC over a decade ago!! My toddler loves Thomas as much as his brother did!! I can’t wait to go!!!

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