All Aboard for a Family Trip by Train
If you're looking for a family vacation idea, look no further
Explore America with Amtrak. On the train, your family will have plenty of room to spread out and relax. Not to mention a spectacular view of America's rolling prairies, towering mountains, expansive national parks and bustling metropolises. And as always, kids ages 2 - 12 ride half off and infants ride free. Come aboard. America is waiting.
Enjoy Many Onboard Amenities
Train travel is all about appreciating the beauty outside and relishing the comforts within. Once onboard, take in the scenery from the Sightseer Lounge, play a board game with the kids or turn to a more traditional form of entertainment: conversation.
Plus, most of our overnight trains feature Dining cars that serve three meals a day, with full menus and table service. If you're looking for lighter fare, grab a bite to eat or a drink in the Café car.
You can also reserve Sleeping car accommodations and let the gentle rhythms of the train sway you to sleep. It's the best way to arrive at your destination rested and ready to go.
Learn More About the Onboard Experience
A Far Better Ride to Over 500 Destinations, Both Near and Far
Take a family road trip without all the headaches and hassles of the road. Just settle into your comfy seat and leave the driving to us as we journey to over 500 destinations across the country. Whether you're visiting friends or family in big cities, small towns or places you could only see aboard the train, a rail adventure is one of the best ways for your family to fall in love with travel again.
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