Christmas in July at EnterTRAINment Junction!
Christmas in July is four weeks of family fun — and holiday cheer! Beginning July 1, kids can see and talk directly to Santa live via teleconferencing from the North Pole during the month-long celebration at EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester. Christmas in July begins July 1 and runs through July 31.
International travel restrictions make it difficult for Santa to appear in person this year, so the next best thing is to have him appear live via teleconferencing so kids can see him and talk to him. It also helps Santa during his mid-term evaluations of who has been naughty and who has been nice.
Christmas in July is a great opportunity for families to get out of the house and go have some fun together in a clean, safe environment. Visitors will be able to enjoy all of the trappings of the winter holidays at EnterTRAINment Junction.
The popular family attraction is following state guidelines for mitigating exposure to COVID-19. Precautions include extended overnight cleaning and re-cleaning high-touch surfaces multiple times per day. Restrooms may also be shut down briefly throughout the day to allow more frequent cleaning. EnterTRAINment Junction’s associates will be adhering to all the state guidelines, including wearing masks and maintaining physical distancing as much as possible — and guests are asked (but not required) to do the same.
Christmas in July at EnterTRAINment Junction celebrates the winter holidays with the magical “Journey to the North Pole” themed walk-through attraction complete with a snowy winter wonderland, reindeer stables, animated elves’ workshop, Mrs. Claus’ old-fashioned kitchen and the live, virtual visit with Santa himself.
In addition to the Christmas walk-through, all of the award-winning EnterTRAINment Junction attractions will be open, including the world’s largest indoor model train display, a giant, interactive play area for kids, an incredible scale replica of Coney Island Amusement Park, the world’s largest collection of marbles, an imaginative American railroading museum and the wild and whacky A-Maze-N FunHouse.