Game Train will be chugging into Highlands Ranch this winter.

Highland Ranch's new restaurant Game Train will become a paradise for game board lovers and train enthusiasts alike, and it's opening its doors this December.

Created by Jo Ellen and Kevin Christian, the 4,600-square-foot space is not only going to be filled with plenty of board games, but it will also house a restaurant, bar, and two train simulations that will give patrons the opportunity to travel along the Pacific Coast, visit the Redwood National Park, stop by Sonoma Wine Country, and journey through our very own Rocky Mountains.

"You'll really feel like you're rumbling down the train," Jo Ellen told BusinessDen. "It's not going to be quite as jolting as you'd be on a real train. We didn't want to knock our game pieces over."

It will cost $5 per person to board the train simulations for an unlimited amount of time, as well as a $5 charge to play the board games. 

The remainder of the space will be decked out, top to bottom, with Victorian passenger train decor. For more information on the new train-themed board game restaurant, visit its website.

What do you think? Will you be boarding the Game Train? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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