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What You'll Get
- $31 for two tickets to any train excursion (up to $62 value)
Each themed excursion departs from Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad’s train depot in Elbe. Available trips include the Valentine’s Express, Bunny Express, Father’s Day Train with BBQ, Pumpkin Express, and Santa Express. See the calendar for specific dates and times and details about each ride.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Must register in advance to ensure availability. Valid only for option purchased. Must make phone or online reservation to confirm seating. Valid only for date and time selected. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Upgrades available only towards adult price ticket. Upgrades are subject to availability. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad and Museum
Today, Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad and Museum stands as a bridge to the past, whisking passengers through timbered foothills, alongside mountain streams, and across wooden trestles aboard trains led by restored locomotives. But roughly 34 years ago, the company was just an idea bouncing around the head of Tom Murray Jr., who made it his mission to preserve the sights, sounds, and experiences of a bygone era.
With the help of a friend, and later, many volunteers, Tom established MRSR as a tourist train service, a title the company retains to this day. As a result, the last three decades have been filled with seasonal weekly excursions that send customers chugging around the forestry that unfurls in the shadows of Mt. Rainier. Volunteers still maintain the majority of the organization, and with every ride, passengers are reminded that railroads have linked the United States in a manner that airplanes, cars, and gas-powered pogo sticks never could. The museum's new expansion includes larger exhibits where visitors can experience the Railroad Logging Camp; a section of exhibits that highlight past life on the railroad logging camp in the early to mid 1900s. The museum also features exhibits such as the House of Gears and the Rod House where trains are on display. Visitors can also revel in in the restoration shop where they can witness a steam engine being built from the ground up.