\u00a0Advance tickets are available now for the Eiteljorg Museum\u2019s popular annual holiday model train display,\u00a0Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure, open from Nov. 21 to Jan. 18. Because of social distancing requirements,\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0tickets are timed to allow for limited capacity, and visitors must reserve tickets online at\u00a0Eiteljorg.org\/Jingle Rails. Now in its 11th\u00a0year,\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0features nine G-scale model trains that ramble past whimsical reproductions of the landmarks of the American West and the skyline of downtown Indianapolis. The trains chug along 1,200 feet of track, winding through tunnels and over trestles, passing miniatures of Monument Circle, Lucas Oil Stadium, Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone, Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon and other iconic sites, each crafted out of all-natural materials such as bark, tree roots, pine cones, acorns, seed pods and honeycomb. And for fans who missed visiting the Indiana State Fair or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in person in 2020, both are recreated as scenes in this year\u2019s\u00a0Jingle Rails. For the safety of visitors, each group visiting\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0must reserve their entrance time slot in advance when ordering tickets online. Timed tickets are available in 15-minute increments, with the last entrance at 4:45 p.m. each day. So that families and groups can maintain social distancing while inside\u00a0Jingle Rails, a one-way path is marked to guide visitors to and through the attraction. \u201cWe are pleased again to present\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0this year, with some slight adjustments for visitor safety,\u201d Eiteljorg President and CEO John Vanausdall said. \u201cIts appeal is multigenerational: Children love model trains, and parents and grandparents enjoy seeing the representations of national parks that may remind them of a favorite family vacation out West. But in the moment, people love creating family holiday memories.\u201d The creative team at Applied Imagination in Alexandria, Ky. \u2013 a botanical architecture firm led by Paul Busse\u00a0 \u2013 designed and built\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0and its additions. This year, two favorite backdrops return:\u00a0 the Indiana State Fair, featuring the Ferris wheel and Coliseum, and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, featuring the Grandstands, Pagoda, Yard of Bricks, Hall of Fame Museum and Goodyear Blimp above, with authentic sounds of the Speedway. During the 10-week run of\u00a0Jingle Rails, a hard-working group of volunteers who are model-train enthusiasts ensure the electric trains run smoothly and answer visitors\u2019 questions. One of the most affordable local holiday attractions,\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0is $15 for adults and $8 for youth ages 5 to 17.\u00a0Children ages 4 and under are free. Eiteljorg Museum members automatically have free admission but also must reserve their visit times in advance at\u00a0Eiteljorg.org\/JingleRails. Those with free passes or corporate passes should call ahead to 317.636.9378 or email\email@example.com\u00a0to schedule their time slots. Access Pass holders can purchase their regular $2 tickets on the museum website, but they must present a valid Access Pass in person at the museum\u2019s Guest Services desk for those tickets to be accepted. Admission to\u00a0Jingle Rails\u00a0between Nov. 21 and Jan. 18 also provides admission to the rest of the museum at no additional charge. The Eiteljorg\u2019s other exhibition galleries do not have timed entry, and visitors can experience them at their leisure before or after seeing\u00a0Jingle Rails.\u00a0 Exhibitions open during the holiday season include\u00a0Quilts: Uncovering Women\u2019s Stories, through Jan. 3,\u00a0Please Touch: The Sculptures of Michael Naranjo, through Feb. 9, and\u00a0Powerful Women: Contemporary Art from the Eiteljorg Collection, through March 21.\u00a0 The Eiteljorg\u2019s Western art galleries and Native American galleries also are open. The Frank and Katrina Basile Museum Store is open during regular museum hours, and the Museum Caf\u00e9 is available until 3 p.m. each day with a limited menu.\u00a0 (The children\u2019s discovery area on the lower level, the R.B. Annis Western Family Experience, is temporarily closed.) The Eiteljorg Museum is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, and free parking is available in the White River State Park underground garage.\u00a0Upon entering, all visitors must receive a non-invasive temperature check, sanitize their hands, wear face masks and socially distance inside the building, per state and local health requirements. For details, visit\u00a0Eiteljorg.org\/ReOpen. Since there is not a coatroom or coat check and Eiteljorg staff cannot hold items for visitors, the museum suggests visitors leave coats in their locked vehicles or carry their coats with them during their visit. Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure\u00a0is presented by Fifth Third Bank and is sponsored by Katz Sapper & Miller, One America, the Kortepeter family, The Sunrise Foundation (a fund of the Indianapolis Foundation) and Boot Barn. Since it first delighted visitors at the Eiteljorg in 2010,\u00a0Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure\u00a0has received national acclaim and has been featured in the\u00a0Chicago Tribune,\u00a0USA Today\u00a0and more.