WI Posted in Wisconsin May 10, 2016 by Laura 5 Epic Train Rides In Wisconsin That Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience Ever been on a train ride? If not, it’s about time you did. What better way is there to see the beautiful Wisconsin countryside? These 5 places offer some of the best train rides around. 1. Riverside and Great Northern Railway Riverside and Great Northern Railway/Facebook This family-friendly museum offers train rides that take you through the incredible Wisconsin Dells. You may have seen the Dells, but probably never like this. Just check out this incredible shot pictured here. You are surrounded by the woods. Imagine how awesome it looks when the fall foliage is out. 2. Osceola and St. Croix Dinner Train Osceola and St. Croix Dinner Train/Facebook Experience what it was like to ride on a train in the 1940s and 1950s. You will go on a 90 minute roundtrip from Osceola with a stop in Marine, Minnesota. The views of the bluffs along the St. Croix River are truly breathtaking. There are special trains like a pumpkin ride and even a pizza train. 3. Mid-Continent Railway Museum Mid-Continent Railway Museum/Facebook This route will take you through scenic Baraboo. These cars were originally built in 1915. The route is 55 minutes of some of the most gorgeous scenery in the Baraboo River Valley. This is also a great place to go on a date, as you can go on an elegant dinner train ride. 4. East Troy Railroad Museum East Troy Railroad Museum/Facebook This railroad offers trips along a 7 mile track from East Troy to Mukwonago. They are super into the themed trains, with everything from holiday themes to food themes. Really, you can get a great meal, too. At the halfway point, you are able to step out at a park. 5. Lumberjack Steam Train and Camp 5 Museum Lumberjack Steam Train and Camp 5 Museum/Facebook This train takes you through Camp 5 Museum, a museum that is a living history museum. This train is from 1916. You head right to the site of a Northwoods logging camp. This train has been running on the same track for 100 years now. Are you boarding any of these trains this year?