Strasburg, Pennsylvania - commonly known as Train Town USA - begins at the Red Caboose Motel & Restaurant. Whether you're staying overnight in a caboose or just passing through there is something for you at the Red Caboose.
FREE Movies in the barn
Catch a flick on the big screen that's family friendly and fun! Enjoy the breeze and relax with our brand new 18 foot screen and surround sound! Popcorn, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase to complete the experience (seasonal).
Fall movie time starts at 7:30 p.m.
"THE DEPOT" GIFT SHOP
No trip to the Red Caboose Motel is complete without a stop at "The Depot" gift shop. Here you'll find a complete line of Red Caboose merchandise and sundries not found anywhere else on earth. Also in stock is a wide variety of Thomas the Tank Engine toys, MTH electric trains and Usborne Books. Don't miss the authentic train layout designed & installed by LGB trains.
You haven't lived until you've seen Amish Country from the back of an authentic Amish buggy. Hosts Caleb, John, Rachael and Aaron take guests on guided tours lasting from 25-80 minutes, exploring the many facets of Amish life. Located under the pavilion by the railroad tracks in front of the main building.
Open Monday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starting at $12 for adults, $6 for children
Interact with our happy herd of adorable animals at the petting zoo. Our current crew includes a potbelly pig, American Alpaca, long-eared goat and several chickens.
Open dawn 'till dusk
Animal feed available for purchase
WHISTLE STOP ARCADE
Been a while since you've dropped a few quarters into an arcade game? Relive your youth and show your kids that there was life before PlayStation. Enjoy the latest instant win and redemption games for maximum fun. Turn in tickets for great prizes and official Red Caboose merchandise. Located in the main lobby.
Change machine available
Climb to the top of our 50' silo for a spectacular unobstructed view of the surrounding farm land, the Strasburg Rail Road and, of course, the Red Caboose Motel. New in 2016 a silo roof to keep guests dry and in the shade while sightseeing.
Open dawn 'till dusk
Admission by donation
For a complete listing of things to do in Lancaster County, visit Discover Lancaster.