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The Grapevine Vintage Railroad travels along the historic Cotton Belt Route between Grapevine and the Fort Worth Stockyards. The Railroad is serviced by two vintage locomotives which include "Puffy" the 1896 Steam locomotive and oldest continously...more
All reviews fort worth stock yards first class car mrs claus trees lining the polar express the staff was great special events shops and restaurants main street conductor ride thomas reindeer sheriff snow christmas
I have been trapped on this train for over an hour. We aren’t moving. We haven’t moved. As far as I can tell there are no plans to move. Are they holding us hostage? I’m waiting for the demands, at this point I will pay...More
We took a ride on the Grapevine Vintage Railroad Christmas Train and had a very nice time.
They have the train decorated nicely with Christmas Trees and other decorations.
We got to spend about an hour and a half at the Fort Worth Stockyards before...More
We had a group of 8 who pre-purchased our tickets at various times, but somehow we got our seats in the same car and next to each other. We knew the times to leave and return, but were a little surprised at how much time...More
everyone who has a child has either been here, talks about it or recommends it. who am i to deprive my child? we got tickets and felt so excited since these sell out so fast. finally day of - we arrive to the lot. get...More
We did not have a good experience. I understand it may have been unusual circumstances, but I need to share in case it happens again. We rode the train on a day (Dec. 19) they were apparently testing the new train from DFW to Fort...More
We got in line for boarding 15 min before our scheduled boarding time as posted online. They opened the gate at 2:15 only to have the entire crowd stand in another line for about 1/2 hr to exchange your ticket for a seat number (which...More
Don't waste your time or your money. For almost $30/person, you would think there would be SOMETHING worth it. Pros: the car was beautifully decorated, and the staff was great. Cons: nothing to see out the windows besides highways, industrial parks and back yards; long...More
We went as a family on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in early December.
Not the best Christmas kids activity but also not the worst. A few take aways....
It does not make a difference if you are on a day train or night train. I...More
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Total time: 3 1/2 hour experience including arriving 45 minutes prior to boarding time for your ride.
Free parking with a free shuttle to and from the Depot from the library....More
Thank you for your question! The First Class coaches include air conditioning and Victorian-style, upholstered seating. Touring class coaches provide open-air travel with vintage wooden-backed, bench-style seating. Although... More
Thank you for your question! The First Class coaches include air conditioning and Victorian-style, upholstered seating. Touring class coaches provide open-air travel with vintage wooden-backed, bench-style seating. Although there are ceiling fans, the touring coaches are not air conditioned. During the winter months, these coaches are enclosed with non-opening glass windows that are removed in the spring. All coaches are heated during the winter months.