Trip starts in New York City and returns to New York City!
You may board the train in Yonkers, Croton, Albany, or Schenectady.
OverviewThe Railroad Historical Society will be running a beautiful trip through the Adirondack’s to Montreal from New York City. Enjoy breathtaking views of the fall leaves through the Adirondack’s aboard privately owned, historic, luxury railroad cars. On board, passengers will be treated to breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the way to Montreal. Drinks and refreshments will be served during the journey. When arriving into Montreal, passengers will walk one block to the hotel which is included in the ticket price. Passengers will be on their own in Montreal to enjoy the sights. On Sunday, we will depart Montreal at 10:20am for New York City with lunch and dinner served on the way arriving at 9pm.
• Round trip on Privately owned Luxury Railroad Car
• Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served en route to Montreal
• Two (2) nights lodging at the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain
• Lunch & Dinner on the way back to New York City
• Free time in Montreal to enjoy the sights.
• Hotel is one block from railroad station.
• Passports are required for this excursion.
$899 per person Double Occupancy
$1399 per person Single Occupancy
Please call for availability: 304-523-0364 or order online
by selecting one of the folowing dates:
NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 8 YEARS OLD!
**Full payment us due at the time of order. $200 per ticket cancelation fee applies for any and all cancelations.
Cancellation Policy: Up until 30 days prior to date of trip, with loss of deposit.
$4.00 processing fee per ticket • Trip runs rain or shine!**
**This trip will not be handicap accessible. Historic and antiquated rail passenger equipment, like that used on this excursion, is exempt from ADA regulations under U.S. Code: Title 42: Section 12184. The passenger cars and station facilities used on this excursion were constructed before disability accessibility laws were adopted. Platforms, boarding areas, stairs, step-stools, seating, and especially doorways, passageways, aisles, and on board restrooms may not accommodate all passengers. We will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate differently abled passengers who desire to ride this train.