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I really didn't know what to expect on the dinner/train ride - it sure was a great experience. We socialized with many people we didn't know - but the best part was the train ride and the food which truly was a gourmet dinner. We...More
I brought my 5 year old to the Journey to the North Pole. Paid for the middle class experience. The train was nicely decorated. It was cold. They asked us to arrive at 6:15pm we waited until 7:00pm to board in their little shop area....More
We visited the Hobo Train during foliage season. The one thing I did NOT like was that the train went out, and then backward instead of in a loop, so you end up seeing the same thing twice. It is a very pretty ride though,...More
The journey to the north pole was a magical experience for our two and three year-old boys. The overall experience is great but there is an evident lack of attention to details such as the hot cocoa was boiling hot, the "cookie" is actually an...More
The train ride was fun. Views aren't the greatest but our three year old had fun. Options to buy snacks and drinks on the train if you didn't buy a meal which was nice. Also gave small free samples of maple candy and apple cider....More
We had a family member visiting from France and a trip to the White Mountains was at the top of the list. I thought a train ride would be enjoyable for him and provide a view of some beautiful scenery. This experience was very disappointing,...More
Went on the Hobo Train ride with my husband and 7 year old son for our 35th anniversary celebration a day late. It was a enjoyable ride and only could have been better if the obnoxious group of women from NY hadn't been on it.
The train ride was okay, scenery not spectacular, but if your purpose was to experience what it was like to ride on a real train, it was fine. The staff was friendly, and you could order a lunch to be served while you rode. We...More