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As North Carolina’s original family theme park, Tweetsie Railroad is a unique attraction that allows children and families to explore their imaginations and a whole lot more. Be a cowboy, cowgirl or an engineer. Shop along Main Street, pan for gold...more
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
300 Tweetsie Railroad Ln, Blowing Rock, NC 28605-9787
This was a cute little amusement park sort of like a step back in time! We have little ones and they enjoyed themselves it was a lot of walking for little legs so be sure to have a stroller! My son was a bit fearful...More
Tweetsie is an amazing place filled with stories of the past and that area of Boone & Blowing Rock, and the train itself is fantastic. If you're visiting the High Country you do not want to miss this attraction. REALLY COOL experience!!
While we were nearby, we happened upon the Tweetsie Railroad. Lovely light displays, vendors and activities for people of all ages. Had 9:30 tickets, but were able to hop on the 8:00, short distance train ride with music and lights.
Again, the folks at Tweetsie have organized the best holiday event for families of all ages. Our grandson, his parents and us as grandparents, could not have been any more impressed with all the decorations, arrangements and unique experience. Well done to one of the...More
We had such a great day at tweetsie with our family!Our children had never been and we were recently visiting Boone with some of our family from out of town.Although it was raining, it was still the same as I remember traditionally from my visits...More
We happened to come on a day Thomas the Train was on site and it was quite busy but we still had a blast. Tweetsie was much larger than expected and had lots to do for the young and old. Our 8 year old son...More
We started later than expected, it was raining intermittently and chilly. By the time we arrived, it was still cold but there were plenty of guests without being overcrowded. AAA discount at the ticket window gives a $3 discount off the $45 admission. Active military...More