Courtesy of the B&O Railroad Museum Twitter
Thomas and his friends come to the B&O Railroad Museum.
One of the most popular events for the little ones is the return to Baltimore this spring. The B&O Railroad Museum is hosting “Day Out With Thomas” on four weekends in May. The event features train rides led by Thomas the Tank Engine, as well as games, activities, character appearances and a special merchandise from Thomas and Friends. The popular event was canceled across the country during the pandemic and is returning with new health and safety precautions and reduced capacity.
A “Day Out With Thomas” is the perfect opportunity for Thomas-obsessed children to experience Thomas the locomotive up close. The highlight of the event is a ride on the B&O museum train with Thomas as the main engine. After the ride, kids and parents can enjoy music from TK's music party as they wander through the carnival. Children can meet Thomas characters like Sir Topham Hatt and marvel at stilt walkers, jugglers and other circus performers. Activities include carnival games with prizes, a bubble zone, Thomas and Friends Power Wheels, and inflatable photo booths. A pop-up shop has all kinds of Thomas and Friends merchandise, including exclusive items that you can only get at the event.
Courtesy Day Out with Thomas
Thomas and friends will be at the B&O Railroad Museum on West Pratt Street:
May 14th, 15th, 16th
May 21, 22, 23
Tickets start at $ 26 and include a train ride and access to Thomas and Friends Carnival. There will also be a limited number of $ 20 walk-up tickets that include access to the Carnival but not the train ride. Everyone 2 years and older must wear a mask. The museum follows local health and social distancing guidelines. Tickets always sell out quickly, so book your ride today!
Are you planning a trip with Thomas? Let us know in the comments how much your kids love Thomas the tank.