The Tinseliner

& Adams in December

The Tinseliner - An American Christmas Train Ride

Tinseliner - An American Christmas Train Ride

Our friends at Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum has brought trains back to Adams! Their popular Tinseliner train rides offer a look at Christmas in America during the 50's. Guests will get a visit from Father Christmas with a small toy for each child. Also includes 20 min layover at a Christmas tree lot where trees can be tagged for later pick up. (Tree sales benefit PopCares.) Enjoy holiday cheer from their all-volunteer Berkshire staff and crew.

Ticket pricing: $20 for adults, $16 for kids 4-14. Kids under 4 are free but must sit in an adult lap.

Where to buy: To guarantee your seats, please purchase your tickets at the Hoosac Valley Train Ride website. Tickets may be purchased at the train without reservation if seats are available.

Schedule: Saturday and Sundays through December 17.
Saturday departures at 1, 3, 5, and 7.
Sunday departures at 1, 3, and 5.

Trains Depart from Adams Station at 5 Hoosac Street, Adams, MA 01220. Free public parking is available directly across the street at Adams Visitors Center.

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Adams in December

Before or after your train ride - or any time during the holiday season - please Explore Adams for dining, shopping, art and museums. Here are a few suggestions:

millchildrenVisit the Mill Children Exhibit for a glimpse into the lives of the children that worked in local textile mills during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibit is next door to the Adams Station at 1 Berkshire Square.

SBAWith the upcoming centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote in 1920, now is a great time to visit a museum devoted to one on the Women's Suffrage Movement's greatest advocates:  Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum.

Early thunderbolt skierDirectly across from Adams Station, is the Adams Visitors Center where you'll find the Thunderbolt Ski Museum. Dedicated to history of the famous Thunderbolt Ski Run down Mount Greylock and to the early ski racers who later went on to serve in the 10th Mountain Division during World War 2.

Click for dining guide PDFPlease click the image to download a guide to Adams dining establishments.



holiday park streetEnjoy shopping at our traditional retailers as well as a special Holiday Marketplace at the Firehouse Cafe at 47 Park Street - organized by Downtown Adams. Be sure to visit our newest retail shop, Bohemian Road at 57 Park Street.



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