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We are one of the top Fun Things to do in North Carolina for families. Dine in our First Class Cars with a private attendant and breathtaking views or take it all in while riding in an Open Air Gondola! Step on board for your next rail adventure!

Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

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Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit.

Valid January 9th-March 8th. Valid only on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

The Experience

Not valid on February 15th ride. Valid only for option purchased.

Reservation required, subject to availability. Valid on new reservations only.

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Passengers disembark in Silverton to window shop and have lunch, then head back toward Durango on the Million Dollar Highway. Mountain Waters runs similar trips and is also an authorized outfitter. Historic Narration tours are available year-round, with different stories told in the spring, summer, and during the holiday season. Then next day ride back to Durango, CO?

Durango Silverton Railroad Discount Coupons

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Skip to main content. Visit Durango Some parents might be cringing at the thought of wrangling a herd of kiddos on a train car, but the railway has you covered. Visit Durango Combine the novelty of riding an historic rail line with the excitement of running rapids on the Lower Animas River. For History Buffs Actors in authentic period costumes tell passengers first-person stories about what it was like to live in the American Southwest.