A Comfortable Journey
Instead of driving a car, taking a plane or bus between DC, Cleveland and Chicago, Capitol Limited is bound to give you a memorable train ride. Spacious Superliner accommodations make your trip more enjoyable, with showers and thoughtful amenities, friendly service and delicious dining. Choose a wide, comfortable Reserved Coach seat, or make reservations for sleeping car accommodations and enjoy watching the spectacular scenery roll past.
Enjoy Café Service in Sightseer Lounge
On the upper level, panoramic windows provide an expansive view of the passing scenery. On the lower level, a variety of meals, snacks and beverages are offered for sale.
Capitol Limited Trainside Checked Bike Service
Don't let your bike sit at home while you have all the fun — take it with you on your next Capitol Limited train trip and explore your destination car-free. Advance reservations are required. See the full details.
Features & Amenities
Meals on This Train
Eastbound: Dinner, Breakfast
Westbound: Dinner, Breakfast
Downloadable menus are updated regularly, but menu items and prices are subject to change and may be different from what is available onboard.
Take your small dog or cat along with you on the train. Before you go, learn more about the types of pets allowed, pet reservations and fares, approved pet carriers and additional details.
Washington, DCWashington - Union Station
Arrive in DC’s magnificent Union Station and set off to discover the city by foot, bike or Metro. Tour the monuments and museums of the National Mall, including the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Enjoy the organic beauty of the National Botanic Gardens or bike the towpaths of the old C&O Canal or miles of trails along the Potomac River. Marvel at the magnificent architecture of the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court and of course, the U.S. Capitol.
“Steel” away to Pittsburgh, where old factories now house trendy street-side shops, bars and bistros. Miles of riverfront parks beckon with walking, jogging and biking trails.
A 10-ton Bessemer furnace in Station Square recalls the Steel City’s roots, while the Grand Concourse Restaurant celebrates the elegant grandeur of the 1901 Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station. Just don’t leave town without riding the Inclines for a bird’s-eye view of the city that consistently earns “Best Place to Live” honors.
As a mecca of museums and galleries, music halls and historic sites, University Circle is the smart place to start your Cleveland adventures. Lunch in Little Italy, then burn off that pasta by exploring the 70 miles of paved trails in the city’s “Emerald Necklace” network of parks.
Roll your way over to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame or catch some kitsch with Ralphie and family at the genuine “Christmas Story” house.
Chicago, IllinoisChicago - Union Station
From the grandeur of Grant Park’s Buckingham Fountain to iconic museums and skyscrapers, see for yourself why Chicago was once dubbed “Paris on the Prairie.” Engage in retail therapy on the Magnificent Mile or root for the home team within the friendly confines of famed Wrigley Field.
Chicago will satisfy whatever you hunger for, from hot dogs and deep dish to culture and comedy.
- Washington, DC - Union Station (WAS)
- Rockville, MD (RKV)
- Harpers Ferry, WV (HFY)
- Martinsburg, WV (MRB)
- Cumberland, MD - Amtrak Station (CUM)
- Connellsville, PA (COV)
- Pittsburgh, PA - Union Station (PGH)
- Alliance, OH (ALC)
- Cleveland, OH (CLE)
- Elyria, OH (ELY)
- Sandusky, OH (SKY)
- Toledo, OH (TOL)
- Waterloo, IN (WTI)
- Elkhart, IN (EKH)
- South Bend, IN (SOB)
- Chicago, IL - Union Station (CHI)
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