Museum Pavilion: 9AM to 3:30PM. Open all days

Pajama Train

Pajama Train is a special train with Santa Claus, his elves, and your friends on about a 90-minute ride from our depot in Boulder City to Railroad Pass and return. The train cars are enclosed and heated, and the night time city lights plus the clickity-clack of the cars as they rumble down the tracks is an old-time authentic experience.

Tickets are limited so order yours early, available only on our website.

Pajama Trains run Friday and Saturday nights, 6pm and 8pm, beginning Thanksgiving weekend through December 23rd. Trains run on these dates: Nov. 29 &30, Dec. 6&7, 13&14, 20&21, 22&23 (2019).

Ticket prices vary by Class of Service. All guests receive a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie. Classes of Service are:

  • First (Dining Car) $45 per seat at tables for 4 (Waiter served, table cloths and decorations, gift, unlimited cookies and hot chocolate)
  • Table Coach (ADA Car), $35 per seat at tables for 6
  • Coach $30 per seat, two seats together.

All tickets same price per seat. Seats required for all passengers over 1 years of age. Any child under 1years of age not occupying a seat (lap child) are FREE.

Friends of Nevada Southern Railway Members receive a discount of $5 per ticket. Members should have received an email with information. Email or call Ticket Help Line if you need help with your membership discount code.

Pajama Train Only Ticket Help Line: call 702-930-4761 or email Tickets@nevadasouthern.com. For a list of Frequently Asked Questions, click HERE.

PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE MUSEUM OFFICE FOR Pajama Train TICKET HELP.

 

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Nevada Southern Railway

The Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City is a part of the Nevada Department of Cultural Affairs.

It is located at 601 Yucca Street, Boulder City, NV 89005. Contact Us for questions, map and additional information.

In 1985 Union Pacific donated part of the historic Boulder Branch to the Nevada Department of Museums and History. The Nevada Department of Museums recognized its historical significance and wanted the site preserved. Support us by becoming a member today!

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