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This Christmas Wine Train In DFW Is Basically The Polar Express For Adults

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This Christmas Wine Train In DFW Is Basically The Polar Express For Adults

All aboard the Christmas Wine Train!

We’re not even halfway through November yet the holidays are going full steam ahead. Soon, the City of Dallas will be filled with lighting spectacles, seasonal pop-ups, and immersive festivities for everyone. For a truly unique Christmastime experience, hop aboard the adults-only Christmas Wine Train in Grapevine, the Christmas capitol of Texas. [Featured image via facebook.com/GrapevineTX]

Feel like you need to do something a little extra this year to get into the Christmas spirit? Channel the Christmases of your childhood on the Christmas Wine Train in Grapevine, where the coaches have been magically transformed into scenes straight out of The Polar Express. 

“‘Tis the season for holiday cheer onboard the Christmas Wine Trains,” the company writes on its website. “These adults-only excursions offer an escape from the hustle-and-bustle of the season inside the beautifully decorated coaches of the Grapevine Vintage Railroad.”

Passengers aboard the decked out 1920’s era engine will be transported through the most scenic parts of the area over two hours, as they listen to holiday classics spun by the live DJ, sip from fine Texas wine, munch on an assortment of charming hors d’oeuvres, and revel in the Christmas spirit.

Tickets for this 21+ experience start at $45 and include: 2 (4 oz) glasses of Texas wine, a commemorative wine glass, hors d’oeuvres, and a complimentary bottle of water. Additional wine, however, will also be available for purchase.

The Christmas Wine Trains will be available for three dates this December, on the 3 – from their Fort Worth location, as well as the 10, and 17 – both from their Grapevine location. On each night, the train will leave the station at 7:30 pm, so be sure to check-in ahead of time!

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