Sonoma Traintown Railroad47 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 198 1st St W #2, Sonoma, CA 95476, USA, 95476, United States
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7079383912
- Ticket Price: 7 USD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Amusement Park, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Games, Social, Amusement Parks, Landmarks, Food And Dining, Restaurants
The Sonoma Traintown Railroad is a small amusement park in Sonoma. A 15 inch gauge miniature railway is the main feature of this park. It is often called as the ‘most well-developed miniature railroad’. The ride carries 90 passengers per ride has a four mile track.
Other attractions in the park include:
- Locomotion Scrambler
- High Iron Ferris Wheel
- Mine Train roller coaster
- Iron Horse Carousel
- Sonoma Traintown Airlines
- Air Scooter
The Sonoma Traintown Railroad is a perfect place to take your kids.
Sonoma Traintown Railroad Travel Tips
- The train ride is handicap friendly.
- Do not lose your tickets.
- All rides are open on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Some of the rides are not operative on weekdays.
- Picnic reservations must be made beforehand. Train Town will only lend you the location, you are expected to get your own materials for the picnic.
Entrance Ticket Details For Sonoma Traintown Railroad
- Given price is for the train ride.
- Amusement ride coupons cost 2.75 USD per coupon. You can buy a family pack of 6 coupons for 14.75 USD.
- Children below the age of 12 do not require train tickets.
- Tickets are compulsory for everyone on amusement rides.
Sonoma Traintown Railroad Hours
- From September 1 to May 31, the park is open only on weekends. Only the train, carousel and airplane rides are available on Friday.
- From June 1 to August 31, the park is open daily. From Monday to Friday. Only the train, carousel and airplane rides are available.
- All rides are open on Saturdays and Sundays all year round.
How to Reach Sonoma Traintown Railroad
- Bus Stop: Broadway and Leveroni Road
- Bus Number – 34, 38, 40
16.49% of people who visit Sonoma include Sonoma Traintown Railroad in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
91.67% of people start their Sonoma Traintown Railroad visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Sonoma Traintown Railroad
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sonoma Traintown Railroad
Sonoma TrainTown Railroad Reviews & Ratings
My toddler loved this place. The train ride through the park and the little town was great. The kid loved playing in the little houses. Rides are great. The little roller coaster will be a hit for slightly older kids and even adults.
Not enough variety of rides for children of different ages. We had a child of 4 with us and he only had one ride suitable for him. He took the train ride twice. However, their store was well stocked with interesting items.
We have been going to Train Town for many many years. 5 years ago our daughter got married at the Inn across the street. Guess where she wanted to do the wedding pictures? Train town, of course! This visit was to take our Grandkids! Granddaughter has been before but this was Grandson's 1st visit. His reaction...WOW, he kept say WOW, over and over. Very affordable family destination.
If your kid likes trains, you have to come! My toddler loved everything about it. The coolest thing to me was the actual train ride itself, although be warned - if you sit up front, or even in the first several rows, your going to get a lot of smoke in your face when you go through the tunnel.
This mini theme park sounds great in theory. But the way the park is run, as well as the low-value rides, and the way they charge customers brings it down. We visited on a weekday during our vacation so plenty of space with minimal crowding. The train ride, the highlight of the park, is without much thrills and charges $7.50 per person regardless of age. And from thereon after, everything costs a ticket, each and every ride, no matter how worn out of run down they are. Giving it three stars because our children could run around freely without the worry of cars driving by and could use the bathroom. This place could've been so much more... a living breathing train museum. They fail to capitalize on this. Oh, and check out the color of the water of the lake the train drives around... yuk!