Ride the Train at Stone Gables Estate (Saturdays)!

05/29/21 - 10/30/21

Repeats: Every Weekend

Stone Gables Estate
1 Hollinger Lane
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 17022
Region: Dutch Country Roads
Hours of operation: Saturday Operating Schedule: 11:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, and 1:00 p.m.
Admission fee: Online: $15 (adults); $8 (ages 3 – 17); ages 2 and under are free.

The Harrisburg, Lincoln & Lancaster Railroad at Stone Gables Estate will be operating SATURDAY train rides through October 30, 2021 with tours of the all-new Lincoln Funeral Train Museum! Enjoy a nostalgic 1.2-mile round-trip narrated train excursion through the center of Stone Gables Estate on the Harrisburg, Lincoln & Lancaster Railroad, traversing the original 1838 railroad bed on which President Lincoln’s funeral train traveled on April 22, 1865. Featured is a replica of an 1868 steam locomotive, pulling replicas of an 1848 Pioneer Coach and a mid-1860's Combine Coach. Journey past an original 1835 hand-cut and stacked stone wall, through woodlands with 250 to 350-year-old “witness” trees, past the restored 1844 Herr’s Mill Covered Bridge, and along the cascading, boulder-lined Conoy Creek. The conductor will provide historical and current facts about sights along the way, the railroad, train, and Stone Gables Estate. The train will pull into a 235-foot-long, 1860’s-style Engine House where guests will disembark to enjoy a tour of the all-new Lincoln Funeral Train Museum and a narrated walk-through of the only replica of the 1865 presidential private car, “United States,” which was used as Lincoln’s Funeral Car. Saturday Operating Schedule: 11:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, and 1:00 p.m. Until further notice, all tickets must be pre-purchased online. Rates: $15 (adults); $8 (ages 3 – 17); ages 2 and under are free. Event entrance: 1 Hollinger Lane, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. For more information and to order tickets, please visit us at https://stonegablesestate.com/event-calendar/. Scroll down to the “Ride the Train” banner and click on the “Book Your Ride Now!” button.