The Christmas Train at Dry Gulch U.S.A.

The Christmas Train at Dry Gulch U.S.A. 572 Dry Gulch Rd
Adair, OK 74330

Phone: 918-234-8100
Toll Free: 800-379-4547

On select nights in November and December, this evangelical Christian attraction comes to life. Step back into a simpler time as an old fashioned steam engine and horse drawn wagons whisk you into the 1880s town of Dry Gulch, USA. Witness the Christmas story as it comes to life with the help of amazing artwork, story narration, live scenes and live music. Ride an old-fashioned, narrow-gauge steam train through the woods and hills of Dry Gulch as an onboard narrator tells the story of Christmas. Along your journey, you'll pass through 70 colorful scenes. Live reenactments of the nativity, crucifixion ...

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Operates seasonally. Ticket sales begin in November.

Located 4 miles N and 8 miles E of Pryor.

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From Staff on 11/11/14

Liz, sorry, but we're not sure if Santa's Village is open without purchasing a ticket. Please call the event coordinator at 918-234-8100, and they'll be able to answer your question. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From liz vang on 11/11/14

Do we have to purchase the train ticket to enter the village? or can we enter the village without paying for the train ticket?

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