Coastal Heritage Society Presents Annual Savannah Santa Train

One of the largest annual holiday family events in the Lowcountry returns on December 10 at the Georgia State Railroad Museum

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Savannah Santa Train, one of the largest annual holiday family events in the Lowcountry, returns on Saturday, December 10, 2022 from 9 am to 5 pm at Georgia State Railroad Museum, located at 655 Louisville Rd., Savannah, GA. 

Festive activities and entertainment include a holiday-themed diesel locomotive train ride experience, Tin Soldier training, crafts and historic children’s games. Enjoy a performance by the Gretchen Greene School of Dance, see and purchase hand-crafted artisan spinning tops made in front of you by the Lowcountry Turners, and celebrate the season with festive holiday dancing with Minick Family Music, and share your Christmas wishes with Santa Claus. 

Tis the season for our annual Savannah Santa Train, a fun and festive day to celebrate the holidays!” says CHS Education Specialist, Elisabeth Chappell. “We will have many unique crafts and educational activities that allow visitors to share in the spirit of the season.  Santa’s workshop will be filled with creativity, discovery, and play! Of course, this special day will include a visit with jolly ol’ Santa Claus! 

Complimentary donuts and coffee will be shared by The Salvation Army’s mobile Canteen. The Big Cheese food truck and Jonny Boy Cookies will serve gourmet grilled cheese and sweet dessert treats available for purchase at the event.

Savannah Santa Train is hosted each year by Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Children’s Museum. Tickets are $15 per person for all guests age eighteen months and up and pre-registration is required at: CHS Members will receive a discounted ticket rate of $12 per person. Train rides are available every fifteen minutes, so please select a time to reserve your seat.

This event is made possible by Sterling Seacrest Pritchard, Inc.

About Coastal Heritage Society:

The mission of Coastal Heritage Society is to provide educational experiences to the public through the preservation and presentation of the historic cultural resources in coastal Georgia and adjacent regions. Coastal Heritage Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation founded in 1975 which operates six historic museums including Georgia State Railroad Museum, Harper Fowlkes House, Savannah Children’s Museum, Savannah History Museum, Old Fort Jackson, and Pin Point Heritage Museum.