Train Rides in NC

Great Smoky Mountain’s Valentine Sweetheart Dinner Train

The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad is pleased to announce its’ special Valentine’s Sweetheart Dinner Train on February 13, 2010.
 
For a romantic evening with that special someone, enjoy a delectable three-course dinner in a candlelit vintage dining car aboard the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad. The train will depart our Bryson City, NC depot at 7:00 pm and will feature the cuisine of Chef Deborah Douthit.
 
The Sweetheart Train’s dining menu features a choice of Prime Rib or Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo accompanied by a Fresh Baby Green Salad served with Tangerine Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing and a Fresh Vegetable Medley. Your meal will end with a Raspberry White Chocolate Cheese Brule topped with fresh berries and a Champagne toast.
 
Prior to departure, each Sweetheart will receive a long stemmed rose during the reception beginning at 6:00 pm. Full bar and wine service is available for purchase on board the train. The Valentine’s Sweetheart Train is $104.00 plus tax & gratuity per person.
 
New for 2010 – Sweetheart Dinner Train Package
Round trip scenic train excursion
Three-course dinner for two on a candlelit dining car
Overnight stay for two at the new Bryson City Microtel Inn & Suites
Bottle of our Whistle Stop Wine
Valentine’s heart chocolate sampler
All this makes for the perfect evening your Valentine is sure to remember! All for just $278
(plus tax and gratuity).
 
For more information and reservations please call 800-872-4681 or WWW.GSMR.COM.
 
Admission to the Smoky Mountain Trains Museum is included with ticket purchase. Without tickets, admission to the museum is $9 for adults and $5 for children.
 
Proud member of the American Heritage Railways family. Visit our sister railroads in southwest Colorado at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and in east Texas at the Texas State Railroad.

 
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