All aboard! The Lebanon, Mason & Monroe Railroad offers one-hour train rides along its scenic 6 mile track all year long, plus seasonal themed rides starring Thomas the Train, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Santa and more! Featuring cars originally built in 1930 by the Pullman Company, and said to have once carried Frank Sinatra along the Lackawanna Railroad in New Jersey, The LM&M plays an incredible role in the history of Downtown Lebanon that its conductors are happy to share with curious guests.
Experience the beautiful Warren County countryside like never before, first departing from Downtown Lebanon's replica Victorian-style passenger station, before setting out for the rolling hills and farmland of Ohio's Largest Playground. Additional sights along the route include the Crossing Watchman's Tower, the Ice House and a semaphore signal in Lebanon. Stop by the gift shop for authentic LM&M Railroad apparel, conductor hats and train whistles after your ride, or head into town for great local dining and unique shopping.
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- Adult Admission: $17-$18 (Day Out With Thomas has separate pricing)
- Child Admission: $12-$15 (Day Out With Thomas has separate pricing)
- Directions: I-71, exit 32 or I-75, exit 29
- Hours: Train rides every weekend Easter through Christmas