By Fabi R. Gomes | May 22nd, 2019
To honor Memorial Day this year, go beyond the usual barbecue and beer by jumping aboard the Texas State Railroad. Well worth the journey and known as the “Official State Railroad of Texas,” the line is hosting an exclusive brunch train, where passengers can dine while traveling through the magnificent East Texas Piney Woods region on a mesmerizing 50-mile ride while observing more than 100 bird species, 24 bridges, and a old-fashioned turntable, making it a truly unforgettable experience.
For $129 per person, enjoy the Presidential Class, with a great selection of wine and cheese, comfortable leather seats, top-notch table service, scenic views, and a complimentary glass of either Champagne or sparkling cider upon boarding.
The First Class option, at $199 each, provides equally cozy cloth sofas and the same beverage choices.
For a more affordable option at $109 per guest, the Deluxe Coach offers upholstered benches and a free toast for everyone 21 and up.
All riders will have access to an open-air car with traditional vintage seats. Experience this luxurious one-of-a-kind adventure as you navigate over the beautiful East Texas countryside.
Trains depart from the Palestine Depot through August 22. The Memorial Day Weekend excursion leaves at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 26.
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