The EBT Goes to War! Living History Event
Info: Living history displays are automatically included in your train ride, trolley ride, or shop tour ticket!
Take a walk through three eras of America's War History!
Alongside our regular train excursions, shop tours and trolley rides… visitors have the opportunity to take a walk through America’s war history. You’ll see displays from a timeline of America’s war history, including camps from the Civil War, WWI and WWII.
While we always recommend advance reservations online, if space is available on the date of departure, we do accept walk-up reservations. If you wish to purchase at the ticket window, we recommend arriving no later than 1/2 hour prior to the train’s departure.
Classes of Service
See the countryside through large viewing windows from the comfort of padded seats.
Experience the railroad with unobstructed views from bench-style seats, and experience the thrill of riding just behind the locomotive as it works to pull your train.
Adults (13+) | Coach - $
Child (2-12) | Coach - $
Adult (13+) | Standard - $
Child (2-12) | Standard - $
Adult (13+) | Caboose - $
Child (2-12) | Caboose - $
Groups of 20 or More: Please contact our station at (814) 447-3285 or email@example.com to book your reservation!
Ride the rails like a member of the train crew aboard one of our historic Cabooses.
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Register for the event!
The East Broad Top Railroad is seeking Living History Participants for our EBT Goes to War! Living History Weekend. This timeline event focuses on living history, showcasing military and civilian displays ranging from the Civil War, WWI, and WWII. By registering, you are committing to set up a living history display from the period of your choice for the general public and East Broad Top Railroad visitors.