NorthPark visitors check out the train exhibit in 2013. Photo courtesy of Brandy Barham.

NorthPark visitors check out the train exhibit in 2013. Photo courtesy of Brandy Barham.

It’s not chilly outside yet, but the seasonal sales and never-ending holiday movie marathons are signs that the most wonderful time of year is indeed approaching.

If you live in our neighborhood, another tell-tale sign that the holidays are here is the return of The Trains at NorthPark. The longtime tradition, which began in 1987, features a 1,600-foot train track that winds through a 4,000-square-foot elaborate replica of the United States from the White House to the Grand Canyon.

The Bank of Texas-sponsored exhibit costs $7 per adult and $3 per child, and raises funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas.

This year’s exhibit opens Nov. 19 and runs until Jan. 8. Get all the details here.


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