During this unprecedented time, with safety as our guiding principle, we have decided to cancel our Bunny Train event this year. All orders will be refunded in full on your original form of payment. As our museum relies heavily on our special events to survive, we would be very grateful if you would consider donating the value of your ticket. Unexpected loss of income can be devastating for museums such as ours. Donations of any amount are welcome and vital during this uncertain time. If you are interested in donating, please see our donation page for more information.
Thank you for your support!
2020 Bunny Train
April 4, 5 & 11
9a | 10:30a | Noon | 1:30p | 3p
$8.00 - Toddlers (ages 0-2)
$14.00 - Children (ages 3-14)
$17.00 - Adults (ages 15 and up)
$12.00 - Members**
Bunny Train FAQs
**Members: You can now reserve your tickets online! Have your member number ready and choose the "Member" ticket options - you'll be prompted for your member number before checkout.
Join us for family fun aboard the East Troy Bunny Train! Enjoy face painting provided by Suzy Sparkles (available 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) and coloring activities in our depot while checking in and getting your scavenger hunt cards. Board one of our historic trains and take a ride down to the Elegant Farmer. During your ride, there will be many things to look for out the windows to be marked down on your scavenger hunt cards. Upon arrival at the Elegant Farmer, patrons will be able to hold baby chicks, pet bunnies shown by local 4-H students and even get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny himself! All child ticket holders will receive a stuffed bunny on the return trip and jelly beans for all!
Boarding is only done at our East Troy Depot and advance reservations are recommended.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. All ticket sales are final.
Tickets can be purchased online (below) or over the phone by calling 262-642-3263.
Our volunteers appreciate your interest and support!
Click on a time below to purchase tickets
The Museum rides are for demonstration purposes only. It is not a common-carrier passenger operation. We do not sell one-way tickets. While we make every possible effort to serve our patrons, due to the nature of vintage railroad equipment, we reserve the right to alter operations at any time.