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We first went in 2012 when they offered packages that included a train ride at TN Valley Railroad and a free choo choo cap for kids or other tickets to various attractions or museums around town. Back when there was a pizza parlor car, a...More
The attraction is free, but parking is $4 no matter how long you stay. The area is a little sketchy, but the train itself features an escape game, bar, hotel, etc. there are also nearby stores, cafes, and restaurants. Don’t go on a Sunday afternoon....More
Not what it was 20 years ago but still worth taking a couple of hours to see the sites. If you’re a train buff, they have an old wood burning engine and plenty of passenger cars to tour. In fact, you can book a room...More
This historic gem is in need of some serious TLC, but for the most part the room was clean and we had a pleasant stay. It is definitely kid-friendly - our 5 and 3 year old daughters loved the pool, and also enjoyed walking around...More
My second stay at the Choo Choo was better than the first! We stayed in a train car again and I felt that it was not as musky smelling as the last time. The daybed with pullout trundle was perfect for the two kids. The...More
Response from rachamness | Reviewed this property |
Ruby Falls is about a 10 minute drive at most. I would recommend buying your tickets online instead of waiting in line because it gets quite long. I would also do Rock City while you are there since they have a great place... More
Ruby Falls is about a 10 minute drive at most. I would recommend buying your tickets online instead of waiting in line because it gets quite long. I would also do Rock City while you are there since they have a great place to do lunch and shop. ENJOY!!