- Now in its 16th year!
Riding in our vintage electric passenger train from the early 1900s, passengers can catch views of the native wildflowers that cover Solano County's beautiful hillsides and fields. The views change weekly and Museum docents are on board to point out whatever happens to be blooming along the way such as poppies, goldfields, sheep's sorrel and more. Visitors will also get the chance to tour our Rail Car Display House and Exhibit Hall, as well as relax in our spacious picnic grounds that serve as the perfect backdrop for any family outing. This event is a major fundraiser for our non-profit museum and helps fund our rides for the rest of the year. Tickets can sell fast! So please book ahead.
All Rides will include a seasonal beverage and treat for each guest to enjoy in our Visitor Center.
Rides run Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays through the month of April.
First Class Seating
Travel First Class in our restored 1914 Salt Lake and Utah Railroad parlor observation car #751 that has been lovingly restored by volunteers. This year we are excited to partner with the local wineries of the Suisun Valley Wine Co-Op to offer a limited number of Guests a special first class experience with a seasonal wine tasting.
First Class tickets sold separately
First Class Reserved for 21+
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