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Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

Meredith, NH
+1 603-279-5253
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US$109.00*
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New Hampshire Train Along Lake Winnipesaukee
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  • Very good33%
  • Average14%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible2%
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“train ride” (30 reviews)
“weirs beach” (21 reviews)
“hour trip” (9 reviews)
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Meredith, NH
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Reviewed yesterday

We really enjoyed the two-hour train ride along the lake. Nice views, bench seats with tables, and food and drinks available for purchase. The conductor, Leo, is a hilarious older gentleman who jokes with the passengers and plays tricks on the kids. There is also...More

Thank MKSSA
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you are not familiar with the area it might be fun to ride this train. It stops at the Weirs which is a fun place with restaurants and games. It continues on further around the lake and then comes back.

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Nice subtle ride along the lake. I thought there would be a narrator but here wasn't. Staff was very friendly. We did the two hour ride which was perfect for us. Fun for kids. Pay at the station and save some money.

Thank Mstitley
Reviewed 1 week ago

The views of the lake and lakeside homes are great. The staff is super friendly, especially the on-train workers. The offer table service on the training, serving ice cream, snacks and soft drinks. The train doesn't move very fast and we got great pictures of...More

Thank Burton B
Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

Very nice ride on the train from Weirs beach to Lakeport. Foliage was great and scenery of the Lake wonderful.

Thank cmsmile
Reviewed 30 October 2016

We took the 4 hour fall foliage train trip in mid October. We had great views of the fall foliage the entire trip and many great sights. There was a conductor in each car to give local information and ensure everyone was enjoying the ride....More

Thank Tom-WCT
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Unfortunately it was a very wet day but a lot of people of many nationalities braved the weather to ride the train. There was a short commentary but most of the time we just looked at the lake & the properties beside the track. The...More

Thank eccamper
Reviewed 25 October 2016

We went during the week and took the Turkey Train. Goes from Meredith station all the way to Paugus Bay (outskirts of Laconia proper) and return. During the ride get some excellent views of the lake, the Wiers and Paugus Bay. While the train goes...More

2  Thank DickandPaulineP
Reviewed 24 October 2016

We took the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad train ride around Lake Winnipesaukee to see the Beautiful Foliage and it was a wonderful experience. It was an all day affair.

Thank Kathy M
Reviewed 22 October 2016

We rode this in October and enjoyed the wonderful scenery from Meredith up to Plymouth and back. About a five hour ride along the lake and later along a river. They stop at The Common Man Inn in Plymouth for lunch where everyone goes in...More

Thank Chuck B
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