All aboard the Mile One Express! An essential part of the B&O Railroad Museum experience, our Mile One Express train ride gives the visitors the chance to take an approximately 20-minute train ride along the nation’s first mile of commercial railroad!  

The 11:30 AM train rides include the opportunity to stop at the First Mile Stable. With the inclusion of this stop, the train ride is 40 minutes roundtrip. This stop is a working mounted unit, therefore schedules can change day of without notice. Please check with admissions staff on the day of your visit.

Mile One Express Train Ride Schedule: 

April-May Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 11:30 AM 
Saturday & Sunday: 11:30 AM & 1 PM
June-NovemberThursday & Friday: 11:30 AM
Saturday & Sunday: 11:30 AM & 1 PM 
Daytime Reindeer RailwayDec. 1, 8, 14, 15, 22 & 23 @ 11:30 AM
Dec. 26-30 @ 11:30 AM & 1 PM
Dec. 31 @ 11 AM & 1 PM
JanuarySaturday & Sunday: 11:30 AM & 1 PM
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: 12 Noon 
Please check our calendar of events to confirm the train ride schedule on the date of your visit. Due to limited space, train ride tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis.

Train Ride Tickets 

Train ride tickets are available for purchase on-site at the Museum. 

Adults$3 
Kids (Ages 2-12) $2
B&O Members*FREE
Due to limited space, train ride tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis. * Learn more about B&O Membership and its benefits here! 

Observation Car Train Ride Tickets  

Observation Car train rides offer visitors the chance to ride in the historic 1948 Royal Blue lounge car, enjoying light refreshments and an immersive train ride experience. 

Adults$10
Kids (Ages 2-12)$6
B&O Members$4
Groups of 10-40 People$250
Due to limited space, Observation Car tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis.
Please note that Observation Car train rides are not offered during Day Out With Thomas in the Spring or Polar Express in November/December. 
Ransom007
Anaheim, CA

The roundhouse was my favorite part, because it gives a true feel for what goes on in a roundhouse—the cars are stationary, but seeing the actual tracks is eye-opening.

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