Where & When to See the FREE Canadian Pacific Holiday Train Near Edmonton This Year (2019)

The Holiday Train from Canadian Pacific is returning to Alberta for 2019. Below, we’re sharing where you can visit the holiday train and experience the magical event, for yourself. There are 23 stops between December 5th and 11th in Alberta – Here’s where the CP Holiday Train is stopping near Edmonton this year:  Provost Field […]

The Holiday Train from Canadian Pacific is returning to Alberta for 2019. Below, we’re sharing where you can visit the holiday train and experience the magical event, for yourself.

There are 23 stops between December 5th and 11th in Alberta – Here’s where the CP Holiday Train is stopping near Edmonton this year: 

ProvostField adjacent to railway tracks at 50th Avenue and 46th Street2019-12-55:55 PM6:00 PM – 6:30 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
HardistyEast end of CP railway yard, west of Highway 881 overpass2019-12-59:00 PM9:15 PM – 9:45 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
Camrose52 Avenue and 50 Street, next to Moose Family Centre2019-12-61:05 PM1:15 PM – 1:45 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
WetaskawinCP ES Building, 4009 50 Street2019-12-63:25 PM3:30 PM – 4:00 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
Ponoka50th Street and 47 Avenue2019-12-65:00 PM5:15 PM – 5:45 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
LacombeLen Thompson Fish Pond2019-12-66:50 PM7:00 PM – 7:30 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
BlackFaldsCP tracks at Greg Street between Broadway Avenue and East Avenue2019-12-68:05 PM8:15 PM – 8:45 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo
Innisfail52 Avenue and 50 Street crossing2019-12-71:15 PM1:25 PM – 1:55 PMScott Helman and Madeline Merlo

 

The Christmas Train is an incredible show and a must-do through the holiday season for children who love trains, Christmas lights, and families who want to experience something magical. Though there are no stops in Edmonton this year (it alternates years), there are stops during the afternoon for families that want to keep up with the bedtime routine!

We’ve surprised the kids in the past, parking and going for a ‘walk’ before the train arrives, and the magical train with entertainment and Christmas lights, just happens to show up. It’s Christmas magic at its finest! Make sure that you’re bundled up, it’s cold out there and you’re not going to want to miss the Christmas performance because you didn’t dress for the weather.

Show-goers are asked to bring a food bank donation. Visit www.cpr.ca to learn more about the holiday train.

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