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Day Out With ThomasTM at MOSI

All aboard for the best party ever! Thomas the Tank Engine is chugging into MOSI (Museum of Science and Industry), Liverpool Road, Manchester, for the first time ever for a Day Out With ThomasTM from Thursday 2 September to Sunday 5 September 2010 inclusive.  All Thomas fans are invited to come and spend the day with their favourite No. 1 engine and celebrate his 65th anniversary.  For 65 years, children have been captivated by the courageous adventures of Thomas and his engine friends.

A Day Out With ThomasTM is an exciting way for children and grown-ups to enter the world of Thomas & FriendsTM. The event provides an opportunity to ride on board a train led by Thomas & have your pictures taken with Sir Topham Hatt, the controller of Thomas’ railway.

Tony Hill, Director of MOSI, said: “This is the first time Thomas has visited the museum and we are all thrilled he will be here during his 65th anniversary celebrations.”

Thomas will be at the museum from Thursday 2 September to Sunday 5 September 2010 inclusive, from 10am to 5pm, with activities running throughout the day, including facepainting, balloon modelling and MOSI’s very own science buskers. Ticket prices £34 family ticket (two adults, two children), £10 adult, £8 child, £8 concession £6 wheelchair users, available at MOSI box office www.ticketmaster.co.uk or call 0844 847 2261 (24 hours). Tickets are non-refundable.

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