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Tickets are on sale for the NYMR Light Spectacular

As the UK is set to enjoy over 16 hours of daylight in the Summer Solstice today, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) has announced its very own celebration of light – the return of its annual Light Spectacular event, with tickets now on sale (Tuesday 21st June). The popular Yorkshire attraction is expecting an early surge as demand for tickets has already been high. 

The hugely popular audio and visual sensory experience will depart from Pickering station every evening during October Half-Term, from the 22nd to the 30th October 2022 at 6pm and 7.45pm. 

Tickets for this family fun and interactive journey, pulled by a heritage steam train, are £30 per person, and include an hour-long illuminated experience from Pickering to Levisham station. To keep you entertained the NYMR’s compare, Voice Over Man, from the telly box, will be on hand and get you in the mood for a party. Passengers also become part of the show with a synchronised flashing wristband which passengers wear for the duration of the journey.


With carriages adorned with 17,000 LEDs, from the moment you enter the platform, spot the train and then climb on board, the whole family will be fully immersed in colour, light and sound that will get you dancing in your seat.

Luke Hudman, Marketing Manager from the North Yorkshire Moors Railway explains, “It’s a fantastic event that just makes you smile from the moment you see the train – even the grown-ups! Seeing people dancing and singing along on board brightens up those dark nights. We were already being asked about tickets before we opened this year, so I recommend you book yours early!”

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