Today’s Groupon Calgary Daily Deal of the Day: Train of Terror: $49 for one train tour excursion ticket (up to $69.99 value)
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What You’ll Get
The Groupon Deal
- $49 for one train tour excursion ticket (up to $69.99 value)
Train of Terror at Aspen Crossing
- What it is: A terrifying 2.5-hour train trip aboard one of Aspen Crossing’s haunted trains
- What to expect: On board, passengers move from one car to the next, treading lightly through frightening setups and unsettling sights.
- The aftermath: For survivors who make it through to the other side of the train, there will be a Halloween party with food and drinks for purchase.
This deal is a very hot seller. Groupon has already sold over 325+ vouchers at the time of this post.
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The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Expiration Dates Vary. Valid only for option purchased. This is a ticket. Use for admission to event. May only be used at the date and time indicated. Refundable only on day of purchase. Aspen Crossing is the issuer of the voucher and tickets/admission for this event. Discount reflect Aspen Crossing’s current ticket prices – price may differ on day of event. Limit 5 per person, may buy 5 additional as a gift. Please arrive 45 minutes to an hour before scheduled departure of tour. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for promo codes.
Train of Terror
Mossleigh, AB T0L 1P0
If Calgary is the Heart of the New West, the railroads were once the arteries that allowed it to thrive, flowing grain, livestock, and other lifebloods through Alberta’s expansive prairies. Although the railroad’s importance to the economy has since diminished, Aspen Crossing refuses to let the heritage fade away. On its own 14-mile section of preserved rail, the independent railroad leads 28-mile round trips aboard an authentic Parrish & Heimbecker locomotive replete with a caboose that once belonged to Calgary’s Ogden Legion. Along the way, passengers learn firsthand about agriculture and the railroad while catching glimpses of historical grain elevators from either seated indoor cars or an open-air car (once used to haul scrap metal, which was needed to build the earliest hockey players’ skates).
Besides the trips along the prairie, Aspen Crossing offers a variety of special tours, from sunset and stargazing tours to beer and wine tastings to theatrical performances in which the railcars become the setting for a realistic train robbery. Back at the station, flowers and plants fill a thriving garden, a gift shop stocks souvenirs and jars of homemade pickles, and waiters serve diners at a restaurant built into an 1887 Pullman dining car—once the private business car for Prime Minister John Diefenbaker—permanently parked onsite.
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