From the producers of Blackstone Valley Polar Express:




More trips have just been added

on the Search For Santa boat ride!!!


Get your tickets now!

The trips we released last week sold in just one day!!


Search For Santa is a 20-minute river ride to view the North Pole aboard the Blackstone Valley Explorer that will feature a reading of the classic Christmas story 'Twas The Night Before Christmasactivity sheets & crayonsa delicious treat, and a scavenger hunt to find some of your favorite Christmas characters including the big guy in red where he'll give a special greeting from the riverbank and pass along a gift to every child!!



Arrive early for fantastic photo opportunities in front of our custom-made backdrops including a new Search For Santa backdrop, our popular letters to Santa mailbox, and our small gift shop that will include some official Polar Express items – all beside the decorated river landing where music is playing and the spirit of Christmas fills the air!


After your trip, enjoy a cup of Mimi & Pop's hot chocolate which is included with your ticket!



Bring a blanket to keep cozy

and have your kids bring a flashlight to help

find the hidden items along the ride!



If you're a fan of Blackstone Valley Polar Express...

we think you'll love what we have planned, which will be

a safe alternative for 2020!!



Thursdays through Sundays from

November 27th - December 20th

at Central Falls Landing along the Blackstone River


Trips at 4:40, 5:20, 6:00, 6:40, 7:20 & 8:00 PM


(there is no ticket fee)

Due to COVID-19 regulations every person regardless of age will need a ticket









To keep your family safe on Search For Santa these outdoor trips will be running at about 1/3 capacity of the boat - 15 people max - to ensure social distancing;

the boat will be sanitized between each ride; and masks must be worn at all times.








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