New Hope & Ivyland Railroad
32 West Bridge Street
New Hope, PA 18938
(215) 862-2332 • Fax 862-2150

The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad offers one and all the opportunity to ride in style through the beautiful countryside of New Hope and Lahaska.

A vintage steam locomotive pulls its restored turn-of-the-century cars over the nine-mile round-trip journey in about an hour. When the train is operating on its full schedule, visitors can enjoy themselves for hours at each site, returning on a later train.

The Lahaska Station features a beautiful picnic grove that is for the exclusive use of patrons. At New Hope the Freight House Gift Shop offers unique gifts.

The train operates on at least a partial schedule throughout the year. Special trains can also be enjoyed all year along, including a variety of lunch and dinner excursions, with meals catered by the areas finest restaurants. Every Sunday passengers have the option of taking a train to Wycombe for a gourmet brunch and a visit to an 1890 Victorian Train Station.

Individuals, families, and groups can take the ride on this historic train.

Hours: Train operates on full schedule, more or less, from April through November. Weekend schedule during other months. Call for current schedule or visit official website (above).

Basic fares for round-trip rides

Adults $19.95
Children (2-11) $17.95
Children under 2 $3.95
First Class or Open Air:
Adults $27.90
Children $25.90
Children under 2 $3.95
Rides with food service and other special rides such as The Fall Foliage Special, Grapevine Express, etc. may have higher fees.

Groups of 15 or more receive a 10% discount. Schedule and rates subject to change. Call to confirm.
Reservations: Groups should reserve at least 2 weeks in advance. Individuals are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance.
Lunch: Picnic area available. Food service on some trains.
Handicapped Access: Partial. Call.
Directions: New Hope: I-95 North to New Hope Exit 31. Left at stop sign onto Taylorsville Rd. Go about 5 miles and turn left onto Rt. 32 North, 4 miles to center of New Hope. 30 - 60 minutes north of Philadelphia.

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