EASTER BUNNY EXPRESS

The Easter Bunny hops aboard our train for a 1½-hour round-trip ride to Ashland, and all kids will get a special treat. Bring your camera and have the Easter Bunny pose for a picture with your child. This is a great way to welcome Spring and bring the family out for a fun time on the rails.

This event is powered by one of our historic first-generation diesel locomotives.

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RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED
Reservation Policy

THIS EVENT HAS ASSIGNED SEATING
Seating Policy

Easter Bunny Express
Photo: Mike Ciosek

SCHEDULE

DEPARTURE DATES & TIMES

Saturday, April 13

10:30 AM, 12:30 & 2:30 PM

Sunday, April 14

12:30 & 2:30 PM

Friday, April 19

10:30 AM, 12:30 & 2:30 PM

Saturday, April 20

10:30 AM, 12:30 & 2:30 PM

FARES

COACH SEATING

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Adults:

$19

Seniors (60+):

$18

Children (2-12):

$17

Children (under 2):

FREE

CABOOSE RENTAL

Groups of 20-25 people can rent one of our red cabooses to have a private party aboard the train. The Easter Bunny will visit with your group during the trip. Learn more about caboose rentals.

$340

PARLOR CAR RENTAL

Larger groups (between 25 and 40 people) can rent our Parlor Car to have a private party aboard the train. The Parlor Car is a larger space with plenty of room to set up food and beverages for your party. The Easter Bunny will visit with your group during the trip.
Learn more about renting the Parlor Car.

$600

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All trains operate rain or shine. The railroad reserves the right to substitute coaches and/or motive power as operating conditions demand and to make modifications to the schedule without prior notice. We have limited accessibility for handicapped persons. All buildings have wheelchair ramps and we have a wheelchair lift to board the train at Greenbank Station. However, there is no wheelchair lift available at any of our stops, including the Mt. Cuba Picnic Grove and Hockessin. Train doorways are only 24-inches wide and there is limited space for wheelchair storage on the train.

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