Chattanooga Tennessee Valley Railroad Train Ride
Enjoy a fun train tour aboard the historic rail car and learn interesting tidbits about the local history from your knowledgeable guide as you take in stunning views of the Tennessee Valley. When you climb aboard for the 55-minute Chattanooga Tennessee Valley Railroad Train Ride, you will learn about the area and get some of the best sightseeing in it!
These amazing trips take passengers along one of the original railroad lines into Chattanooga, crossing bridges and diving through the Missionary Ridge Tunnel, a tunnel that was created in Civil War times, before arriving at the other side of the museum: East Chattanooga. The train stops at East Chattanooga, allowing riders off the train to watch the locomotive rotating on a turntable and participate in a tour of the railroad restoration shop before re-boarding for the return trip. Round trip time is slightly less than one hour - a great introductory train ride for kids.
Along the way, visitors will be able to see famous landmarks such as:
The Tennessee Valley
Missionary Ridge Tunnel
Each of these sites is important to Chattanooga history, so while you kick back and enjoy a fun ride, you'll also be learning about the area and its past along the way. Whether you attend the Diesel Train Ride or take the Steam Train Ride, you and your loved ones are sure to have a blast!
- What is included in the admission price?
6-mile round trip train ride, tour guide, turntable demonstration, and a restoration facility tour.
- What methods of transportation does the Chattanooga Tennessee Valley Railroad Train Ride use?
Steam or diesel engine train.
- Approximately how long does the Chattanooga Tennessee Valley Railroad Train Ride last?
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Great for all ages!
- What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
- What sights will be seen from the train?
Tennessee Valley, East Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge Tunnel, and more!