Ride a Vintage Train to Visit the Easter Bunny

Ride a Vintage Train to Visit the Easter Bunny

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The Easter Bunny will once again pay a visit to the Danbury Railway Museum and you can take a ride in a vintage train through the historic railyard to visit him. This popular annual family event will take place on Saturday & Sunday, April 4 & 5, and Friday & Saturday, April 10 & 11. Museum hours are 10:00-4:00 on Friday and Saturday; noon-4:00 on Sunday. Trains leave every 30 minutes from 10:30 to 2:30 on Saturday (no train at 12:00 or 12:30); and on Sunday, 12:30 to 2:30. Admission is $12.00 (age 2 and over); each child will receive a small gift from the Bunny. Reservations are available and may be made by visiting the museum’s Web site at click for details/easter.htm." target="_blank">click for details

The short train ride in a fully-restored 1953 New Haven RR Rail Diesel Car (Budd RDC), will take visitors past the historic turntable—currently undergoing a major restoration— over 70 vintage railroad cars and locomotives, and many unique pieces of railroad history, including a Boston & Maine steam locomotive built in 1907. The train ride will stop at the Easter Bunny’s special railroad car. The museum’s beautifully restored circa-1910 Railway Post Office (RPO) car will also be open. Of course, the exhibits inside the restored 1903 Danbury station will be open, along with a coloring station, temporary tattoos, Thomas® play table, and the operating model train layouts. A fully-stocked gift shop will also be open.

The Danbury Railway Museum is a non-profit organization, staffed solely by volunteers, and is dedicated to the preservation of, and education about, railroad history. The museum is located in the restored 1903 Danbury Station and rail yard at 120 White Street, Danbury, CT. For further information, visit the Web site at click for details, email info@danburyrail.org, or call the museum at 203-778-8337.

Tags: local events, easter, bunny, train



Event Details

Date: April 4, 2020
Time: 10:30am - 2:30pm

Location:
Danbury Railway Museum
120 White Street
Danbury CT 06810

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Contact:
Danbury Railway Museum
203-778-8337
info@danburyrail.org


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