Arkansas Train Tours

Arkansas Train Tours
Rugged, raw, natural beauty meets you at every bend of the journey when you take an Arkansas & Missouri Train excursion. Arkansas, the Natural State, abounds with awe inspiring landscapes. Mountains and valleys rise and fall in majestic rhythm as wildlife feeds on lush greenness and drinks from pristine spring fed streams. The train engines are authentic restored antiques. The comfortable, vintage, passenger cars are resplendent with mahogany inlay.

Springdale Arkansas to Van Buren Arkansas

From Springdale Arkansas to Van Buren Arkansas is a 134-mile, eight-hour round trip. The tour includes history commentary from trained guides. There is a three-hour layover in the celebrated Victorian era city of Van Buren for dining, shopping and sightseeing. Trips are available from April to November. Tickets can be purchased in first class, upgrade and coach.

Arkansas and Missouri Railroad
306 East Emma
Springdale, AR 72764
(479) 751-8600

Van Buren Arkansas to Winslow Arkansas

Winslow Arkansas to Van Buren is a 70-mile excursion, which crosses three, 100-foot high, open trestles with breath-taking views. This trip also carries you through the fabled 1700-foot Winslow Tunnel. Trips are available from April to November and tickets can be purchased in first class, upgrade and coach.

Van Buren Tours
(888) 801-9644

Fort Smith Arkansas to Winslow Arkansas

Fort Smith to Winslow is an 80-mile, four-hour trip that takes you over the Arkansas River Bridge and along the river front. It passes through the scenic Ozark Boston Mountain range. The excursion is available on Saturdays from January-March and tickets are available in coach class. Another tour offered through this company is the special Fall Foliage tour is offered Wednesday, Friday and Saturday throughout October and November (with the exception of Thanksgiving week). This 134-mile, eight-hour trip, provides the opportunity to view some of the most spectacular fall foliage colors of the Midwest region.

Arkansas Tours
(888) 736-6645

Article Written By Allene Reynolds

Allene Reynolds has been a freelance writer for more than 30 years and has written both fiction and nonfiction. Her work has appeared in several national magazines, regional publications and major newspapers.

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