Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Daily Vacationer Jr: Strasburg Rail Road: Easter Bunny Train

(Photo: Strasburg Railroad)
We are unbelievably excited to announce our upcoming visit to ride the Easter Bunny Train at Strasburg Rail Road in beautiful Lancaster County!  Strasburg Rail Road is definitely on our list of places that everyone in Greater Philadelphia should experience at some point, and what better way to welcome spring than with a ride with the Easter Bunny?  Friday, April 3rd, Saturday, April 4th, and Sunday, April 5th, guests are invited to board the First Class Parlor and Lounge Cars or the Coach Cars and take a trip through gorgeous Amish farmland.  Be on the lookout for the special Easter Bunny conductor coming through with a holiday surprise and photo op moment for every child on board!  On Easter Sunday only, guests can ride the Easter Dinner Train and enjoy a delicious full meal aboard the fully restored Victorian dining car.  Trains board 15 minutes before leaving the station, so be sure and get there early for your seat.
There are a lot of "Fun Extras" to do around the train station before and after your train ride (included with your ticket), so Daily Vacationer Jr recommends making a full day of it!  Take a turn with the hand-powered Pump Car and Cranky Cars.  Go for a ride on the Pint-Sized Pufferbelly Miniature Steam Train.  Burn up some extra energy in the train-themed play area before checking out the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania (located right across the street!).  The Trackside Café is a convenient place to stop for good eats from quick snacks to full meals.  Daily Vacationer Jr  recommends purchasing tickets ahead of time to guarantee a spot on the train.
 Daily Vacationer Jr is thrilled to be GIVING AWAY a
Four Pack of Tickets to ride the Easter Bunny Train at Strasburg Rail Road on Saturday, April 4th at 2pm! 
Enter below and good luck!


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  1. I have not. I have always wanted too. I think this is an experience every child should have!

  2. We visited Strasburg often when I was younger. I'd love to take the boys now!