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Everything Thomas

Kyle Pope
10 a.m.-6 p.m., noon-6 p.m. Sundays , Thursday February 14 | $9.95

 A magical indoor celebration of kids' favorite Thomas the Train, with Thomas wooden train layouts, Thomas HO scale electric train display, videos,  Thomas & Friends scavenger hunts with prizes and crafts, an indoor train ride, and an incredible hobby & toy shop with the area's largest selection of Thomas merchandise 15-50 percent off. 



Where: EnterTRAINment Junction
Phone: 513-898-8000
Address: 7379 Squire Court
Website: www.entertrainmentjunction.com

EnterTRAINment Junction

7379 Squire Court
West Chester, Ohio
45069
 
Area’s only train-themed family entertainment center, including the world’s largest indoor train display, kids interactive play area and railroading museum.
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