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Sunday September 16, 2018
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10:00 AM Steam Train to Two Harbors Coach       SELECT TICKETS
 
Experience the power of steam, with historic locomotive #28 leading the charge while you will ride behind this historic engine to the beautiful town of Two Harbors. The train stays in town for about 2 hours while you have a chance to shop, have lunch, and experience some of the local attractions.

This is a full day excursion, and as you step off the return train around 4:30pm in Duluth, you'll reflect on the adventure you have had and an experience you will never forget.
Entrance to the Lake Superior Railroad Museum is included before departure. Doors open at 9am.

This excursion is for sale to members of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum only until April 1st if space is available, it will then be available to the general public. You can choose to activate a membership at the point of purchase below.

The Two Harbors train excursion is subject to delays to due Canadian National Railway (CN) freight traffic. Please consider this when making plans for after the train ride. Delays are rare, but can be an hour or more.

This trip is not wheelchair accessible due to the historic nature of the railroad equipment. Pets are not allowed. Ages 2 and under are free and do not need a ticket. All tickets are round-trip.

 
12:30 PM The Duluth Zephyr Coach Seats First Class Dome     SELECT TICKETS
 

Our most popular trip, this excursion brings you through downtown Duluth, a little way up the North Shore, through the majestic North Woods, to the neighborhood of Lakeside, and finally to the Lester River, where the train stops to turn around. The perfect standard trip for you and your family, lasts about 90 minutes.

First Class Option: Ride in the Dome Car and enjoy the unique upstairs viewing area, with an attendant designated just for you. Space is limited to just 24 passengers per trip, but you have the entire Dome Car (including the downstairs lounge) to yourself. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while you experience the spectacular views from above in the Dome Car. Note: Due to the historic nature of the traincar, First Class seats are not wheelchair accessible. Children ages 0-13 must purchase tickets for first class (in coach, 2 and under are free), and must be supervised at all times while on the train for the courtesy of other passengers.

Coach Seats: Ride in one of several historic coaches. Some have open windows, some have air conditioning/heat, it is up to you! All seats are general boarding, so you are free to explore the train for the perfect seat. A concession car is also available to enjoy that has large open-air doors. Children ages 2 and under are free and do not need tickets for coach.

Reservations are strongly recommended but not required for this excursion. Tickets may be purchased up to 30 minutes prior to departure. This train can sell out, so it is recommended to pre-purchase your tickets.

This train is Wheelchair Accessible most days, but there are no wheelchair accessible restrooms (and first class is not accessible).  Wheelchairs are lifted into the concession/open car. Pets are not allowed. All tickets are round-trip.

Children: Ages are 3-13 in Coach. Ages 2 and under are free in coach and do not need a ticket/reservation. All passengers in First Class (ages 0+) must purchase a ticket.

Doors close 2 minutes prior to departure for safety checks. Any passengers who arrive after this time will not be permitted to board and will not receive a refund.

 
3:00 PM The Duluth Zephyr Coach Seats First Class Dome     SELECT TICKETS
 

Our most popular trip, this excursion brings you through downtown Duluth, a little way up the North Shore, through the majestic North Woods, to the neighborhood of Lakeside, and finally to the Lester River, where the train stops to turn around. The perfect standard trip for you and your family, lasts about 90 minutes.

First Class Option: Ride in the Dome Car and enjoy the unique upstairs viewing area, with an attendant designated just for you. Space is limited to just 24 passengers per trip, but you have the entire Dome Car (including the downstairs lounge) to yourself. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while you experience the spectacular views from above in the Dome Car. Note: Due to the historic nature of the traincar, First Class seats are not wheelchair accessible. Children ages 0-13 must purchase tickets for first class (in coach, 2 and under are free), and must be supervised at all times while on the train for the courtesy of other passengers.

Coach Seats: Ride in one of several historic coaches. Some have open windows, some have air conditioning/heat, it is up to you! All seats are general boarding, so you are free to explore the train for the perfect seat. A concession car is also available to enjoy that has large open-air doors. Children ages 2 and under are free and do not need tickets for coach.

Reservations are strongly recommended but not required for this excursion. Tickets may be purchased up to 30 minutes prior to departure. This train can sell out, so it is recommended to pre-purchase your tickets.

This train is Wheelchair Accessible most days, but there are no wheelchair accessible restrooms (and first class is not accessible).  Wheelchairs are lifted into the concession/open car. Pets are not allowed. All tickets are round-trip.

Children: Ages are 3-13 in Coach. Ages 2 and under are free in coach and do not need a ticket/reservation. All passengers in First Class (ages 0+) must purchase a ticket.

Doors close 2 minutes prior to departure for safety checks. Any passengers who arrive after this time will not be permitted to board and will not receive a refund.