New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

32 W. Bridge St.
New Hope, PA 18938- Map It
(215) 862-2332

AAA Editor Notes

New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, jct. Bridge and Stockton sts., offers a 9-mile, round-trip ride through the Pennsylvania countryside. The 1925 vintage steam train crosses over Pauline's Trestle, upon which actress Pearl White was bound in the 1914 silent film serial “The Perils of Pauline.” Dinner and children’s excursions also are offered. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.
Coach fare $19.95; $17.95 (ages 2-11); $3.95 (ages 0-1). First-class fare $27.90; $25.90 (ages 2-11); $3.95 (ages 0-2). Phone ahead to confirm rates.
Hours: Train departs Mon.-Fri. on the hour 11-4, Sat.-Sun. and holidays 11-5, day after Memorial Day-Labor Day and in Oct.; Mon.-Thurs. noon-3, Fri. 11-4, Sat.-Sun. 11-5, day after Labor Day-Sept. 30; Fri. noon-3, Sat.-Sun. 11-4, day after Easter-Memorial Day and Nov. 1 through weekend before Thanksgiving; Sat.-Sun. noon-3, Jan. 2-Easter. Departures vary day after Thanksgiving-day after Christmas; phone ahead. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.