Cape Cod Central Railroad
Cape Cod has long been a favorite vacation destination in New England, with its charming towns and stunning coastal scenery. While traveling through the region, the views are simply breathtaking; however, they merely scratch the surface of the immense beauty that encompasses Cape Cod. There is so much more to discover on the Cape, including colorful cranberry bogs, undulating sand dunes, and great salt marshes brimming with avian life. And thanks to the Cape Cod Central Railroad, all these views and more are brought to life.
From May to October each season, travelers are mesmerized by little-seen views of the land and the water and are charmed by sights of old towns and antique train stations as the routes proceed. Many of the line's trains depart from Hyannis and follow a course through Barnstable and West Barnstable, past woodlands, bogs, marshes, and sand dunes before arriving in Sandwich, the oldest town in Cape Cod. Those trains that proceed past historic Sandwich and toward Buzzards Bay include incredible views of the Cape Cod Canal - the widest canal globally - and cross the fantastic Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge. Select routes also travel in reverse, beginning in Buzzards Bay and concluding in Hyannis.
The Cape Cod Central Railroad offers multiple levels of service to its passengers, allowing each guest to have the experience they desire. Classes may vary based on the route. Pairing excellent storytelling with even better views and amenities, the Cape Cod Central Railroad is an experience that presents the very best of coastal Massachusetts.