"Suite from The Polar Express" is a score from the 2004 film, The Polar Express, composed by Alan Silvestri. It plays when Santa Claus gives Hero Boy the silver bell as the first gift of Christmas, then leaves on his sleigh to go deliver the presents.

Outside of the film itself, the score is the fourteenth and final track featured on the film's official soundtrack. It is the second track on the album to not feature any lyrics after "Seeing is Believing" and the longest track on the album. It is also the seventh track on the film's official score and the third longest after "Meeting Santa Claus" and "Boarding the Train/Train Ride Home."

The score features instrumental versions of "Believe", the Polar Express song, "When Christmas Comes to Town", and "Spirit of the Season".

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The Polar Express (book)The Polar Express (film)Original Motion Picture SoundtrackVideo GameVideo
Hero BoyHero GirlBilly the Lonely BoyKnow-It-AllConductorHoboSmokey and SteamerSanta ClausElvesSarahCaribouThe Children
Grand RapidsMichiganHero Boy's HouseHerpolsheimer's11344 Edbrooke AvenueFlat Top TunnelGlacier GulchIce LakeNorth Pole
Objects and Transportations
The Polar Express (train)Magic TicketsEmergency BrakeBilly's PresentSilver Bell
The Polar ExpressWhen Christmas Comes to TownRockin' on Top of the WorldBelieveHot ChocolateSpirit of the SeasonSanta Claus is Comin' to TownWhite ChristmasWinter WonderlandIt's Beginning to Look a Lot Like ChristmasSilver BellsHere Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)
See also
The Polar Express ExperienceThe Polar Express Train RideIt Takes Two
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