Experience Hamilton County and ride the rails along the route less traveled. Take the Hoosierland train on a round trip between Fishers and Noblesville. Board in Fishers and ride north to Noblesville. Alternatively board in Noblesville and ride south to Fishers.
Take an evening ride from Fishers to Noblesville, where your visit may include fine dining or a casual family get-together. Arrive in Noblesville about a half hour later to eat. After dinner stroll around the historic courthouse square, where vintage cars park most Saturday nights.
Options for cuisine range from family favorites—pizza, sandwiches, and ice cream specialties to American traditional and international dishes. The schedule allows two hours before boarding the train for the return trip.
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All Aboard a Journey Through Time
The Indiana Transportation Museum is a non-profit heritage railroad that operates a number of excursions along 38 miles of former Nickel Plate Road line. We are committed to preserving and showcasing Indiana’s railroad history by offering trips throughout the year using our vintage railroad equipment. So climb aboard, be our guest, and experience with your friends and family what it was like to travel by these magnificent machines.
What People Are Saying
We rode the Blue Arrow Excursion to Atlanta….such a neat, vintage train! We are planning on doing this every year!
Rode the Polar Express on 11/29/14. The event was a first for my 2 year old granddaughter. A wonderful time was had by the whole family and we will be doing it now every year!
Love going on the train rides. Dinner is fun, the fair train is great because it beats the car parking problems. Going on the Polar Express very soon and introducing my grandson to the big trains for his first time.
This is a great destination. For those that love the great age of the “Iron Horse” and watch the restoration of a by gone era, will love this museum. It is located in historic Forest Park which, though small, is a snapshot of the days of the true Midwestern city parks.
Railroads transformed America with ribbons of steel, linking communities and moving people and commodities from coast to coast. The Indiana Transportation Museum preserves this legacy by immersing guests in moving experiences. It links destinations throughout central Indiana, offering unique cultural encounters. ITM engages and inspires generations through the art, science and technological innovation of the railroad.