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Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

Meredith, NH
+1 603-279-5253
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No mention of closings

Would be nice if we knew this place was closed during New Years time frame ahead of time. Small... read more

Reviewed 27 December 2017
Mitali V
via mobile
Turkey Train Treasure!!!

A truly unique way to tour the area. Old fashion train ride coordinated with a fresh turkey dinner... read more

Reviewed 29 October 2017
Marlene C
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Springfield, Massachusetts
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  • Average14%
  • Poor2%
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“train ride” (31 reviews)
“weirs beach” (25 reviews)
“hour trip” (10 reviews)
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Meredith, NH
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Reviewed 27 December 2017 via mobile

Would be nice if we knew this place was closed during New Years time frame ahead of time. Small information like this helps in planning. Wasted half a day.

Thank Mitali V
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

A truly unique way to tour the area. Old fashion train ride coordinated with a fresh turkey dinner and fall views of foliage and lake complete with all styles of homes to view. Tables set with the basics and limited drinks to water,lemonade, and decaf...More

1  Thank Marlene C
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Reviewed 20 October 2017

We did the scenic train and had the 'hobo lunch' which was a sandwich, chips, cookie and drink. We thoroughly enjoyed our trip. We had a gal in our car who knew a lot about the railroad & the area. She pointed out various points...More

1  Thank Slick5276
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

A relaxing way to see the beautiful fall scenery. We splurged for the “President’s Car”and the seating was very comfortable! You were waited on and pampered, as well as entertained by a delightful musician and story teller. We stopped at The Common Man Inn for...More

1  Thank Susan J
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

We took the fall foliage ride on 10/14 from Meredith to Plymouth. It is a 2-3 hr round trip, leaving the Meredith station at 11am, stopping at The Common Man Inn & Spa in Plymouth for a buffet lunch, then returning. We traveled in coach....More

Thank HappyTrailsBoston
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

My mom heard about this dinner train-so what mom wants, mom gets! I thought the train was cool, yes it an old train, but I think that is the point. I have to hand it to Harts Turkey Farm, they do have a good turkey-next...More

Thank Spiketravelmeister
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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

Excellent turkey dinner, served by train staff. Scenic views of Lake Winnapasake the entire trip. The train takes you about 45 minutes out, and then takes you back. Fresh food and fresh coffee on the train. Great lake views of Marinas and lakefront houses. Not...More

Thank HotShotz522
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Reviewed 9 October 2017

Pathetic describes this experience. The train ride is on a 160 year old railroad: 1. For the entire 3 hours ride, the train car rocked back and forth and left to right. While the train traveled maybe 20 miles per house, it was a very...More

5  Thank danmore101
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Reviewed 1 October 2017

We took the 2 hour ride from Meredith. Easy to get to and easy to park. The website said you could get lunch but we were told that was discontinued. We were told drinks and cookies and ice cream would be available onboard, we'll only...More

1  Thank GaryWT
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Reviewed 11 September 2017

We took the 2 hour train ride from Meredith NH leaving at 10:30. It was a Sunday morning and there weren't many people aboard, so we all got lake-side seats. The train doesn't go very fast so there is lots of time to look at...More

3  Thank SRG901
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