Enjoy a 45-minute train ride through the Pennsylvania countryside in one of our regular train cars! A great excursion for the whole family.
- Adult Ages 12 and up
- Child Ages 2-11
- Infant Under Age 2
Enjoy Easter Dinner on a Train
Welcome the spring season with a ride through Lancaster County’s beautiful farmland on an Easter dinner train ride with the Easter Bunny to welcome you aboard! Under the direction of Café 1832’s Executive Team, enjoy a freshly prepared and elegant meal aboard Strasburg Rail Road’s historic Lee E. Brenner Dining Car.
- A sophisticated dining experience aboard the historic Lee E. Brenner Dining Car
- A 45-minute train ride through the picturesque Amish Country
- A visit from the Easter Bunny
- A special menu prepared by Café 1832 (see the menu offering below) and served by a First Class attendant
- One (1) complimentary mimosa or bellini (or non-alcoholic drink), per person. Additional alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available for purchase.
- Train fare, PA State Sales tax, and gratuity
- Carrot ginger soup
- Roasted lamb lollipop
- Ratatouille couscous in a pink peppercorn sauce
- Vanilla bean creme brulee
Includes train fare, meal, tip, and gratuity. If you would like to discuss any specific questions or special accommodations you may have about the menu or food preparation, please contact Café 1832 directly please call 717-687-6242 or email [email protected]
Due to the nature of the dining experience and train car, any special requests or accommodations not discussed prior to the day-of cannot be guaranteed.
The Lee E. Brenner Dining Car:
The Lee E. Brenner Dining Car — America’s oldest operating all-wood dining railcar — recreates traditional early 20th-century dining car experience. During the Edwardian-era, dining on the rails was quite sophisticated. What now serves as Strasburg Rail Road’s dining car was built by the Laconia Car Company in 1926 and ran on the Boston & Maine Railroad until 1972. After its retirement, it arrived at the Strasburg Rail Road. It was rebuilt in 1993 and renamed to honor Strasburg’s second president, Lee E. Brenner.