South Dakota June 04, 2019
This Wine and Dinner Train In South Dakota Is Perfect For Your Next Outing
Do you consider yourself to be somewhat of a foodie? Maybe you are an amateur (or even professional!) wine connoisseur who enjoys sampling the best fermented grape in the state? Are you just an all-around train enthusiast? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, stay tuned, as you are going to want to ride this South Dakota dinner and wine train that is perfect for your next outing:
Located in Hill City is the historic 1880 Train; South Dakota's most popular train ride that is housed on a 100-year-old line.
Showcasing South Dakota's rich mining history via a scenic ride, the 1880 Train is one of the best ways to experience the Mount Rushmore State. It not only tells of different times in history, but gives a close-up look at the beautiful Black Hills.
First built in 1879 as a cargo-transporting narrow-gauge railroad, the 1880 Train is now a South Dakota destination that runs year-round, and offers such special excursions as Oktoberfest, Holiday Express, and...
...the can't-miss Wine on the Rails!
Taking place June 26, 2019, Wine on the Rails is an annual ride that features not only pristine summertime scenery, but also a beautiful selection of food and wine.
This year, your ticket to Wine on the Rails includes a cheese and charcuterie skewer with a Schade Prairie White, pulled pork slider with a select Prairie Berry wine, and a southern peach tartlet with a Belle Joli’ Peach Dessert Wine.
Tickets to Wine on the Rails cost $49 for adults and $29 for children 3 to 12.
You can purchase your ticket by visiting the 1880 Train's
Not a wine drinker (or not of age)? Non-alcoholic beverages will be served on board, too!
Wine on the Rails departs from the Hill City station at 6:45 p.m. and lasts approximately 2 hours (round trip).
Address: 222 Railroad Avenue, Hill City, SD 57745
Since you’ll be in Hill City, make sure to read up on why
This Is Being Called The Most Charming Small Town In All Of South Dakota.