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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum

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4119 Cromwell Rd, Chattanooga, TN 37421-2119
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Don and Barb S wrote a review May 16
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania5 contributions
We took the dinner train on a Saturday evening. The originality and feel of the Pullman car was outstanding. The table was set elegantly. The table service was outstanding. In fact, all of the people we interacted with were outstanding from the parking attendants, to the conductor, to the waiter. There are a few highlights to view along the way during the trip, like the National Military cemetery. But for the most part the area was industrial. We would have preferred returning by a different route. The food was good, particularly the soup and dessert. Just being on the train was fun!
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Timothy S wrote a review May 9
Lookout Mountain, Georgia49 contributions7 helpful votes
I’ve taken my 3 year old on this train twice, and he loved it both times. The hour long trip is informative, and also not too long for him. We will definitely be back!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ed L wrote a review May 2
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Im sorry, i have been on over 20 scenic trains rides in the USA in the past 12 years and I would never recomend this ride to anyone, ,if i wanted to see tent city along the tracks in the city of Chattanooga i would ride in a police car, as for the battlefield, you dont stop there and let people walk like the video shows, the train is about 60 feet from the battlefield and its all blocked by trees so you are lucky to catch 30 seconds of it, so after you have ridden for 3 hours you finally get to the town, which i guess is worth the trip but not for me, i understood i would see a lot more,. Really sad. want to see more take the Blue RIdge Train ,out of Blue Ridge Georgia
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Debra B wrote a review May 1
United States4 contributions
I enjoyed watching our grandson watch the turntable. The history and mechanism of the turntable was fascinating! All the staff was friendly and so accommodating. The variety of the trains on the premises was educational. We just loved it!
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Date of experience: May 2021
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khenry1948 wrote a review Apr. 2021
Orlando, Florida47 contributions10 helpful votes
The value received for the price was minimal. The train trip is very short. It is advertised as an historical train ride rather than scenic and it is true. There is no attractive sites along the way. The short trip to the East Chattanooga stop is used just to educate riders on the train about the train and then disembark just to watch the engine turn around and hook up again for the trip back. There is a yard of train cars to look at from the outside but cannot be entered. Fine for children but wouldn’t pay that price again as an adult.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is open:
  • Sun - Sun 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  • Tue - Sat 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.