Family Day Out For Up to Five With Steam Train Rides for £14 at Midland Railway Centre (Up to 63% Off)
- Steam and diesel trains
- Gauge railway line
- Museum and country park
- Various attractions and eateries
- Family ticket for two adults and up to three children
- Entrance to museum, country park, demonstration signal box, and Victorian church
- Unlimited rides on steam and diesel passenger trains
- Free entry for under 5s
Limit 1 per family (Up to 2 adults and 3 children). May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required http://grouponbookings.co.uk/midland-railway-centre/ from midday 13 Mar 2012. Children must be aged 5-15 years. Under 5s enter for free. Please see www.midlandrailwaycentre.co.uk/public/calendar.html for timetable. Excludes dining services. First class travel (selected trains only) incurs £1 supplement per adult per journey and 50p supplement per child per journey. Original value based on most expensive family day ticket.
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Losing one’s train of thought isn’t as bad as losing one’s train, as that often suggests a need for new specs. See the sights with today’s Groupon: £14 for a family day out with all train rides included at Midland Railway Centre.
A museum, country park, and plenty of steam and diesel trains make up The Midland Railway Centre, an establishment that chugs out whispers of locomotive history from a standard gauge line. Engines depart from the little station, complete with model railway, and travel to Swanwick, a place filled with a wagon-load of activities and entertainment. The evocative trains then journey to Hammersmith, past a large stone embankment from the 1930s, then back to Butterly, on a circular track, so as not to repeat the past too much.
Families of up to two adults and three children can anticipate a day filled with track-based escapades, including as many rides on the steam or diesel passenger trains as the timetable allows. Entrance to the museum and demonstration signal box is also included, while less stationary exploits can be had with a wander round the country park or the Victorian church. Train fans can jump on board and be taken on a round trip, skimming the countryside and visiting the attractions along the way.