Great Trains Exhibit Wilton

The Wilton Historical Society’s annual Great Trains exhibit features many layouts and a wide range of makes and gauges of model trains traversing scenic local landscapes. There are many different model train layouts winding through tiny towns with a variety of different kinds of buildings, tunnels, and even a working Ferris wheel! The display enchants visitors of all ages with lots of buttons to push and knowledgeable “train engineers” on hand to “talk trains.”

Take the children in your life to an entrancing afternoon with trains and holiday excitement. Wilton Historical’s historic 18th and 19th-century buildings are charmingly decorated and transformed into a train-lovers delight with many different model train layouts winding through tiny towns with a variety of different kinds of buildings, tunnels, and all sorts of delightful animals showing up in unexpected places! The displays enchant visitors of all ages with lots of buttons to push and knowledgeable “train engineers” on hand to “talk trains”.

Thrill to the sight of dozens of charming tiny buildings, people, and activities in this amazing show village. Teeming with skaters, children sledding, horses pulling wagons, swans swimming, and even Ebenezer Scrooge in his gloomy house!

The trains are open Wednesday to Saturday from 10:00 – 4:00, and Sundays 12:00 – 4:00. The Great Trains Holiday Show will through Monday, January 17, 2021. Open half-day (10:00 – 1:00) on Friday, December 24, Friday, December 31, and closed December 25 and January 1. Admission is free for members of the Society; $5 per non-member child and $10 for non-member adults.

Find out details at www.wiltonhistorical.org or phone 203-762-7257.

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