Amanda Sorena

Blogger, Writer, Urban Adventurer

Christmas Train Display at Second Baptist Church Woodway

Free family fun for the holidays!

By: Amanda Sorena

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All photos by Amanda Sorena

This year, our family added a new tradition to our Houston Holiday List, seeing the Christmas Train Display at Second Baptist Church on Woodway.

The church fills their atrium with an amazing display of miniature snow covered villages with model trains running through them. My kids had a fantastic time checking out each different display, looking for the Santas in each village and watching the trains make their rounds through the various scenes. There are mountains, tunnels, buildings and landscapes. It’s like a treasure hunt for guests to take in all of the details. With holiday music playing, there is no way not to be entertained and get in the spirit.

Best part, entry is free! Check the website for hours, but it is typically open starting at 10am with plenty of parking. They are closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Also, don’t forget to check out the Nativity display in the Narthex of the church. In addition to the life-size figurines, they also have an impressive collection of nativity sets from around the world.

The Christmas Train is on display now through January 4, 2015. As mentioned before, they are closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. For more information and times, visit

About Amanda S.
She and her husband moved to Houston from California five years ago and are now raising three freshly minted Texans. When she is not chasing around her preschooler and toddler twins, Amanda freelances as a publicist. She loves good food, a nice glass of wine, and the sound of silence. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram @KismetSorena where you can expect to find an embarrassing amount of pictures of her children.
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