On this 45-minute train ride, enjoy freshly prepared food on board while relaxing in air-conditioned comfort. You don’t want to pass up this experience!
- Adult • Starting Price Ages 12 and up
- Child • Starting Price Ages 2-11
- Coach Car Private Charter • Starting Price
Fun Train Rides in Lancaster County
Our regular excursion train rides are 45-minutes in length and go 4.5 miles east and 4.5 miles returning west on the same track. Book now and experience our beautiful farming landscape.
As COVID cases are on the rise, the Strasburg Rail Road wishes to ensure the health and safety of our Team Members and Guests.
– Our Team Members are wearing face masks to help protect themselves, our Guests, and co-workers.
– We ask that unvaccinated Guests wear a face mask for the duration of their visit to the Strasburg Rail Road. Guests who are fully vaccinated are urged to wear a face mask when aboard the train or when visiting our retail shops and Café 1832.
– Face masks may be removed when eating or drinking.
Thank you for helping to keep the Strasburg Rail Road a safe place to visit!
Train Car Options
Our standard coaches are beautifully restored in authentic Victorian style. Enjoy the comfort of potbelly stove heat during cold days. During warmer weather, open the windows for some fresh air.
Open Air Car
Tour the scenic surroundings with a wide-open view of the countryside and neighboring Amish farms. Only available April through October.
Norfolk & Western Class J 611
Interested in 611? The historic N&W 611 Class J locomotive pulls DESIGNATED passenger trains ONLY on these following upcoming dates: August 20 – 22; August 27 – 29; September 4 – 6; September 24 – 26; October 2 – 3.
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.