The Dennison Railroad Depot Museum is offering a new "Little Engineer's Train Ride as part of their #Falliday series of train excursions. (Dennison Railroad Depot Museum)
DENNISON - Dennison Railroad Depot Museum officials are announcing an addition to this year's fall train ride lineup designed for kids and their families.
The depot will be offering a new Little Engineer's Trip October 12th and 13th as part of their #Falliday ride schedule.
Children are encouraged to dress as engineers and conductors or their favorite famous trail traveler on these one-hour trips that depart from the Dennison Depot at 3 pm and travel east toward Bowerston. While onboard, travelers will hear the beloved story "The Little Engineer that Could", sing favorite railroad songs and play games while enjoying delicious pumpkin cookies. Each child will receive an engineer's cap to take home, and they'll also have a chance to visit with Dennison's WWI Canine Hero Bing. Kids can also visit the museum before or after their trip to do the Bing Scavenger Hunt and check out the Interactive Railroad Experience exhibit.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children 3 to 12 and free for children under 3. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Dennison Depot at 740-922-6776 or online at DennisonDepot.Eventbrite.com.
About the Dennison Depot Railroad Museum
The Dennison Railroad Depot Museum is a restored 1873 Pennsylvania Railroad Station located at 400 Center Street, Dennison, Ohio. It is exactly halfway between Pittsburgh and Columbus, once being the water stop that served trains along the Panhandle Route. The Depot is located 15 minutes from New Philadelphia, Ohio, roughly 50 minutes south from Canton, Ohio. The Museum includes a restaurant, gift shop, theater, outside picnic areas and rolling stock.