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Just around the corner from Travel Town and with free parking Live Steamers is open for just a few hours each Sunday. Despite it’s name most of the miniature locomotives were diesels. At just $3 each the ride was great fun with the guard pointing...More
This is a small ride on train ride that covers at least 1.5 km of a space that has citrus fruit trees, trestle bridge and tunnels. This is obviously a work of love for these people who just want to share their joy in having...More
I took my 2 little ones on the train ride. At the ticket counter, the salesman asked for a minimum "donation" of $3 per person. There were 3 of us so I gave $15 to help them out even more. The train ride was very...More
We saw this on trip advisor before our trip from the uk and decided it would be a good trip out for our first day in la. We spent the first part of the morning at travel town and then drove down for a ride...More
I can't speak specifically to the LA Live Steamers other than to say the ticket booth people were lovely and helpful in directing us next door to Walt's Barn. I did see many happy families riding the trains around, and we want to go back...More
The Los Angeles Live Steamers is a place that we always visit with my father-in-law, when he comes to see us from the UK. It's just us adults and we never feel out of place. The Los Angeles Live Steamers is for everyone, not only...More
We went on a day that the Walt Disney Barn was open, too. The combination of the history of Disney's love of trains with the friendly talkative volunteers who shared it and then the train ride by the Steamers was terrific. The ride was more...More
Past the Zoo and just before Travel Town (which you should visit too) is a hidden treasure for kids.
Ride different type of small trains (Electric, Diesel, Steam) Engine Trains and ride for approx. 10-15 minutes on bridges and tunnels. Very fun. Donation fee of...More