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4th of July Family Party Train

Date/Time

Jul 4, 2015
07:00 PM

Description

Hop aboard the Hobo Railroad's annual 4th of July Family Party Train! The train will be decorated in patriotic style and you'll enjoy hot dogs, chips, an ice cream treat and a beverage along with a party favor aboard the train. Family entertainment aboard the train will also be provided. This one- hour-and-twenty-minute excursion takes you along the banks of the Pemigewasset River and returns you to Hobo Junction along the same route in time to enjoy the Lincoln-Woodstock 4th of July Fireworks display that kicks off at 9:30 p.m.! By the way, the best place in town to watch the fireworks is from the Hobo Railroad's parking lot. So all you'll need to do is pull out your lawn chairs and coolers and relax for a great evening of family fun! Sparklers and personal fireworks are NOT permitted on-site.

Advance tickets for the 4th of July Family Party Train are strongly recommended.

Cost

$20 for ages 3 and up. Under 2 are free.

Location

View map Hobo Railroad
64 Railroad St.
Lincoln, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 745-2135

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