Alaska Railroad Easter Train features Easter Bunny, magician and more
Annual special event train offers two departures on Saturday, April 8
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – Tickets are now available for the Alaska Railroad’s annual Easter Train on Saturday, April 8, with departures at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Both family-friendly excursions will last about two and a half hours, traveling south to Indian then back to Anchorage. During the journey, families can celebrate the arrival of spring in Alaska while visiting with the Easter Bunny, being amazed by the onboard magician and enjoying an array of complimentary goodies as the train travels along the coastline of Cook Inlet and Turnagain Arm.
“Our special event trains are always a big hit with the community, which is why we are offering two departure times for our Easter Train again this year. At the Railroad, we take great pride in knowing that these special event trains are the source of many lasting family memories,” said Dale Wade, Alaska Railroad vice president of marketing and customer service.
Tickets are $69 for adults and $35 for children ages 2 to 11. Infants under age 2 who require a seat will need to purchase a child’s ticket for $35; however, there is no fee for children under 23 months, who are considered “infant in lap.”