Fright Train on Sky Railway- SOLD OUT

Fright Train on Sky Railway- This Event is now SOLD OUT

Join in the fun for a  weekend full of frights and delights. This fun filled, edge of your seats spook express will reveal the true horrors of the Santa Fe desert after dark. Join Sky Railway for their first ever Halloween train. Dress up in your best Halloween costume and be a part of the fun! This nighttime adventure features a costume contest, DJ, Halloween themed cocktails and much more! 

Note: If you are afraid of the dark, join the family-friendly adventure during the safety of daylight Sunday, Oct 30th. Bring your little ghouls for an afternoon of frightful fun.

Date: October 28 and 29,  2022 at 7:30pm (Adults Only train); October 30, 2022 Family Friendly Train at 1:30pm

Duration: 2.0-2.5 hours

Location: Departs and returns to Santa Fe Station 

Costs: $109 per person October 28 and 29; October 30- Adults $59; Children Ages 12 and under $29; Infants Ages 2 and under in arms or lap Free


Event Information

Location: Departs and returns to Santa Fe Station

Cost: $109 October 28 and 29;$29-$59 October 30

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