|Excursion Schedule||Watch Tennessee roll past your wide sightseeing window at scenic level aboard one of TCRM's special excursion trains. Our streamlined coaches feature air-conditioning, large sightseeing windows, and comfortable seats. All seats are reserved at no extra charge.
Relax and experience travel by rail, where getting there is part of the fun! Our trips always include something special - from train robberies, music, civil war reenactments, and on-board murder mysteries to Watertown's famous mile long yard sale and seasonal visits from Santa and the Easter Bunny.
Whether it's a relaxing ride through Tennessee's beautiful fall foliage or a trip on the North Pole Express, see our schedule to find the trip for you.
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|2019 Excursion Schedule
Click the train name to download specific trip details and a ticket order form. All trips depart from Nashville.
|May 18||Train Robbery Trip||Watertown||90 Mile RT||6-1/4 hours|
|Jun 22||Muddy Roots Charter Wine Train||Lebanon||64 Mile RT||7 hours|
|Jun 29||DelMonaco Winery Trip||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|July 13||Murder Mystery/Music FestTrip||Watertown||90 Mile RT||6-1/4 hours|
|July 27||Charter Trip to DelMonaco Winery||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Aug 10||DelMonaco Winery Trip||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Aug 31||Muddy Roots Charter Wine Train||Lebanon||64 Mile RT||7 hours|
|Sept 7||DelMonaco Winery Trip||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Sept 14||Muddy Roots Charter Music Train||Carthage Junction||120 Mile RT||5 hours|
|Sept 28||Train Robbery Trip||Watertown||90 Mile RT||6-1/4 hours|
|Oct 5||Fall Beer/Wine/Art Festival Trip||Watertown||90 Mile RT||6-1/4 hours|
|Oct 19||DelMonaco Winery Trip||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Oct 26||Fall Festival Trip||Baxter||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Nov 9||Charter Trip to DelMonaco Winery||DelMonaco Winery||168 Mile RT||10 hours|
|Nov 30||North Pole Express||Watertown||90 Mile RT||6-1/2 hours|
|Dec 7||Morning North Pole Express||Lebanon||45 Mile RT||2 hours|
|Dec 7||Afternoon North Pole Express||Lebanon||45 Mile RT||2 hours|
|Dec 14||Morning North Pole Express||Lebanon||45 Mile RT||2 hours|
|Dec 14||Afternoon North Pole Express||Lebanon||45 Mile RT||2 hours|
Notice: Trips are subject to change. RT=round trip|
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The museum operates passenger excursions on the Nashville & Eastern Railroad. All excursions are round trips. Since these trips typically sell out, get your tickets early!|
Refreshments and souvenirs are available onboard. Many trains also include deluxe accommodations in lounge, dome, and private cars available at extra cost.
Tennessee Central Railway Museum
220 Willow Street
Nashville, TN 37210-2159
Phone: (615) 244-9001
Click here for a printable map to the museum.
Our regular seating is dining car table seating with up to four seats at a table or in our regular seat coach cars. Windows up to 5 feet wide on both sides the car provide great views of the passing countryside.
Ride in comfort in our coach accommodations with spacious reclining seats and 5 foot wide windows on both sides of the car.
The ultimate panoramic view from our train is from the 20 seats in our ex-Northern Pacific Railway dome-coach car. You will ride in spacious cushioned seats in the glass-enclosed dome that is above the roofline of the rest of the train. Passengers have an unobstructed 360-degree view of the entire countryside. There are only 20 seats in the dome, so make your reservations extra early - these seats always sell out first!
Select a trip from the Events Page, click on the adjacent 'BUY TICKETS' button and follow the prompts. Tickets can be printed at home once the reservation is completed on line..
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The Tennessee Central Railway Museum reserves the right to change times, dates, destinations, and equipment available in the event of circumstances beyond the Museum's control.