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NorthPark Center


8687 North Central Expy.
Dallas, Texas 75225
214-363-7441

Located near some of Dallas/Fort Worth's most affluent communities, NorthPark Center is one of the top five performing shopping centers in the United States and home to more than 230 retail stores, over 30 dining options, and four department stores.


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NorthPark Center

UPCOMING EVENTS
NorthPark Hosts Community Events and Museum-Quality Artwork Amidst Luxury Shops

The Trains at NorthPark


Saturday, November 18, 2017 - Sunday, January 7, 2018
NorthPark Center
8687 North Central Expy.
Dallas, Texas 75225
214-363-7441

$4.00 child admission
$7.00 adult admission

Source: The Trains at NorthPark


Benefiting Ronald McDonald House of Dallas (RMHD), and presented by Bank of Texas, The Trains at NorthPark features more than 750 railcars on a 1,600-foot elaborate configuration of tracks and scenes. Each year, the beloved holiday experience welcomes nearly 70,000 visitors, and has helped raise more than $13 million for RMHD since its original run in 1987.


This is a milestone year for our little exhibit that could, said Jill Cumnock, Chief Executive Officer of RMHD. Over the last three decades, The Trains at NorthPark has grown to be more than just our largest source of annual funding. It has become a 'can't miss' on the holiday list for thousands of families from around the state and region.


RMHD has provided a home-away-from-home for families of seriously ill or injured children since 1981. The Trains at NorthPark features cityscapes like Dallas, New York, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. Other highlights include New England's fall foliage, the Grand Canyon, and Route 66. Thomas the Train also appears in the charming exhibit, which has been seen by around two million people over its 30-year run.


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The Trains at NorthPark

The Trains at NorthPark Experience the magic of The Trains at NorthPark benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas this holiday season! The Trains at NorthPark
Behind the Scenes: Fall 2016 Campaign Photo Shoot Julia Step and Chad Masters photographed by Maxine Helfman at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, in Durham, NC. Behind the Scenes: Fall 2016 Campaign Photo Shoot
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This charming exhibit which benefits the Ronald McDonald House is a holiday tradition for more than 70,000 each year.
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