Enjoy a 45-minute train ride through the Pennsylvania countryside in one of our regular train cars! A great excursion for the whole family.
- Adults Ages 21 and up
Enjoy a Luxury Wine & Cheese Tasting
Enjoy the luxurious, climate-controlled First Class accommodations and a tasting of select wine, cheese, and crackers as you travel in style down the tracks to Paradise, PA, and back (total trip time is 45 minutes).
This popular train is available on select Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the season. Travel aboard Strasburg Rail Road’s Wine & Cheese Train for a special date on the rails, a girls’ night out, or a unique outing with friends!
What should you expect?
Wine & Cheese Train boarding is 30 minutes before your scheduled departure. Have your photo ID ready when you board, and then prepare to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride!
Featured wines are carefully selected from Waltz Vineyards, and cheeses are paired accordingly. We provide information on the wines and cheese.
Beer and select non-alcoholic beverages are also available for purchase upon request. You may purchase your souvenir wine glass on board the train if desired. Glasses are $7.00 each. In accordance with Pennsylvania law, alcohol is only served during the train ride. We are not permitted to serve alcoholic beverages while the train is berthed in the station.
“Marian” First Class Parlor Car No. 88
ATTENTION: People riding aboard the First-Class Parlor Car, First-Class Lounge Car(s), Dining Car, Club Car, or President’s Car on designated Wine & Cheese Trains must be 21 years or older. Valid photo identification is required to board the respective car. For questions on ride length and more, visit the FAQ page.
Norfolk & Western Class J 611
May 29 – October 3, 2021
The Norfolk & Western Class J 611, a National Historic Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, is known as an engineering powerhouse of steam, technology, and near mechanical perfection.
The N&W Class J 611 is the sole survivor of 14 Class J steam locomotives designed and built by the Norfolk & Western Railway. The locomotive rolled out of Roanoke’s East End Shops in 1950. Its mission was to pull the Powhatan Arrow, a 15-car passenger train, from Norfolk, Virginia, to Cincinnati, Ohio.