EXCURSION TRAIN CLASSES
Our Standard Class of service is the most economical way to experience the railroad’s scenic excursion. Seating is in double-decker railcars with seats set up in rows. Please be advised that an equivalent substitute may be made on the date of travel.
First Class passengers enjoy seating in groups of four (either across from each other or in a row). Each grouping of four is located next to a window. Based on the number of people in the party, larger groups may be seated across the aisle or adjacent from each other. Seats in First Class have comfortable seats and ample leg room. Please note: Specific seat configurations vary by car.
Premium Class is the premier way to travel on the Cape Cod Central Railroad. Passengers enjoy seated tables of four while taking in the passing views from an elevated space with panoramic windows. Based on the number of people in the party, passengers may be seated with other guests or have their party split up as space allows.
DELUXE CLUB CAR
The Deluxe Club Car features full bar service. Lounge Chairs and private tables are reservable for patrons ages 21 and over with valid photo identification.
DINING TRAIN CLASSES
Seating at tables for four. Includes a three-hour train ride with a five-course meal, meal tax, and gratuity. A full bar is available, and all beverages are sold separately.
Seating at tables for four in the upper level of a dome car. Includes a three-hour train ride with a five-course meal, meal tax, and gratuity. A full bar is available, and all beverages are sold separately.
Seating at a guaranteed private table in a vintage club car with bar and lounge chairs available. Includes a three-hour train ride with a five-course meal and tax included. One alcoholic beverage per passenger is included. A full bar is available, and all other beverages are sold separately.
Please note: Due to the compact space of the dome car, both seats and tables are fixed in place and cannot be moved. The spacing between the seat and the table is somewhat limited. There is also a slight step up to the seats, and passengers have to slide in, similar to booth seating in a restaurant.