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Save your money. Staff was wonderful but the train trip was advertised as a 2 1/2 hour trip and then we’d be at a fall festival. In reality it was a 4 1/2 hour trip to a rinky dink garage sale and a 5 1/2...More
Girls day. Booked a year in advance. Some came in from out of state. Dome car was hot. Train had issues, we were stopped on the tracks losing time from our stay at the winery. Wine tasting on train was ok. Our host was the...More
Took grandkids to do the Thomas the Train Adventure. Grandkids enjoyed the short train ride along the Cumberland River and all the activities. Activities were geared more toward elementary age kids than toddlers. The petting zoo was a hit .
This is one of our favorite events! We have been twice now. They have great activities for the kids, bounce houses and the train ride is a lot of fun.
Here are my tips!
1- Don't sit in the dome seats during the summer. It's...More
It was a quiet Saturday when we arrived. Turns out there was a train show up the road, so that could explain it. It's small and doesn't take long to look at the room of historic items, the room containing a couple platform set-ups, and...More
My wife and I decided to try this. We booked fare on this 6 hour excursion in the regular seating. The folks running the train and museum were charming and one could tell they loved their work. However the train itself was somewhat old and...More
drove from Memphis to take my son to see the trains (Wednesday) lady at the gift shop tell me that the guide is there only on Tuesdays and SOME Thursdays....and that she didn't had the keys for the gate
I went on a winery train run and paid for a VIP experience. It was supposed to include breakfast since we left so early. They didn't serve anyone in our area breakfast or offer snacks as we paid for and were promised and in fact...More
It was a quick but fun little side trip. The museum part was interesting and in a small room in the building. There was a large model train setup. They were doing a demo for a school group so we went to the train outside....More
I was really looking forward to this excursion but was really disappointed. First off the dome car which is the most expensive seating on the trip (approximately $400 for 2 people) was an absolute sauna. Sweat was literally pouring off of people's faces and it...More
Basically all over. There are a couple of lots across the street from the Museum, but there are also a bunch of spaces that you park on the side of the road. Once you come onto Willow Street, they have people directing... More
Basically all over. There are a couple of lots across the street from the Museum, but there are also a bunch of spaces that you park on the side of the road. Once you come onto Willow Street, they have people directing everyone to park in the lots or on the side of the road. Free parking.