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For Christmas, my wife gave our kids an annual pass to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum. Our 4-1/2 grandson is mesmerized by any kind of train. It is so amazing that when the train blows the whistle and begins to move, he smiles so big...More
Enjoyed riding on a piece of history. The ride was a long nine hours. There was not much to see along the way. Seeing the cemetery and the civil war battle site was nice. The staff onboard were very pleasant. Learning a little bit of...More
We’ve been on several historical train rides. Most are so expensive we’d wonder afterwards if it was really worth it. This train is affordable & offers 100xs more historical information about the USA’s train use. Highly recommend this short excursion for kids and history buffs...More
We went to the Tennessee Valley Railroad and loved our train ride! We did the 50-minute tour through Wide Side Tunnel, watched the turntable exhibit, learned about the depot where trains are worked on and restored, then rode back to the station. My gang loves...More
We took the Mission Ridge Tunnel trip. Short, family friendly, hilarious narration but informative, great family outing for 20- to 70-year-olds. Though we didn’t have children with us, this was the perfect amount of time. The price was right for the experience! The train has...More
We really like going here we have done the Valentines dinner also the Christmas polar express and plan on doing one of the longer trips soon so if you're visiting make sure you go and take a look at what they have to offer
We decided to do something different when visiting in Chattanooga.
We took the Dinner Train and celebrated Valentines day a few days early.. The Train ride was great, the food was delicious and the service was top notch. We will definitel do a return trip.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the evening dinner train. The authenticity was great. From the tableware to the menu, it felt like we were enjoying a nice meal on a train in the 1940s or 1950s. The waiters, steward, and conductor were very friendly...More
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Look under “Choose your train” and it will give you more options. Also you can call them directly. If you have children, They have an Easter Train coming up in April. Thomas and Percy are coming in May (Mother’s Day... More
Look under “Choose your train” and it will give you more options. Also you can call them directly. If you have children, They have an Easter Train coming up in April. Thomas and Percy are coming in May (Mother’s Day weekend and the next weekend). There is something going on every weekend. By joining their membership, you get emails to watch for special happenings. We just went on their Valentines Dinner and it was perfect. The food was delicious and very plentiful. My wife has to use a wheelchair for anything over.short distances, and would you believe that they actually moved the train so that the car we were to be in was at the handicapp ramp. These volunteers and employees believe in special care to every person who boards their trains. Here’s their phone # 1-423-894-8028. Their office hours are 8a to 4p EST Monday through Friday. Come to Chattanooga and travel back in time to learn about railroad history.