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Jack-O-Lantern Junction

Kenneth McNulty
Mon.-Sat. 10a.m.- 6 p.m., Sun. 12 p.m.- 6 p.m., Saturday September 21 | Tickets start at $9.95, children under 2 are Free, Parking is Free

 Itching for some Halloween fun before the big day itself? At the EnterTRAINment Junction there will be fun filled Halloween activities and more before the month of October even arrives. Bring children for Main Street halloween decorations, a trick-or-treat maze with kid friendly ghosts, skeletons and cobwebs. There will be an indoor Pumpkin patch, a talking pumpkin, Halloween arts and crafts, a themed Halloween train ride and Halloween themed hand-cranked train cars. The normal attractions are open as well: the worlds largest indoor model train display, giant kid's play area, the A-Maze-N FunHouse, the American Railroad Museum and more. 



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