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Fiddlers 'n Fireworks

Celebrate Utah's Pioneer Day on our annual July 24th evening train. The evening begins with dinner outside at the depot (7-8 pm). The 2 hour round trip departs at 8:15 pm and travels to Decker Bay on the shores of Utah Lake. On board you'll be entertained by a troop of fantastic fiddlers. And on the trip back the train stops and you can sit outside on the lake shore and watch the Charleston Fireworks from across the lake. We then re-board the train and travel back to the depot.

Date: 2014-07-24
Time: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: Adults: $35/Kids (3-12): $20

Special Information: Additional food and snacks available for purchase in the concession car.

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Celebrate Utah's Pioneer Day on our annual July 24th evening train. The evening begins with dinner outside at the depot (7-8 pm). The 2 hour round trip departs at 8:15 pm and travels to Decker Bay on the shores of Utah Lake. On board you'll be entertained by a troop of fantastic fiddlers. And on the trip back the train stops and you can sit outside on the lake shore and watch the Charleston Fireworks from across the lake. We then re-board the train and travel back to the depot. Additional food and snacks available for purchase in the concession car.


Date:
Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Schedule:
8:15 pm depart Heber Depot / 10:15 pm return

Fares:
Adults:   $38.00
Children: $24.00

Important to Know:
•    Please arrive 30 minutes prior to the departure time.
•    No outside food or beverages allowed on train.
•    No car seats or strollers allowed on train.
•    Restrooms are available on the train.
•    Due to the historic nature of our rail cars, wheelchair access is limited. Please call ahead for additional information.
•    We are unable to accommodate dog on the train.
•    All rides and excursions depart form the Heber City Depot unless noted otherwise.

 

Venue Details

The Heber Valley Historic Railroad’s history began in 1899, when trains served the pioneers who first settled the valley. In the early 1970’s, the railroad became the “Heber Creeper,” a tourist passenger train operating on a seasonal basis. We now operate as a year-round, non-profit organization focused on tourism, education and the restoration of historical railroad equipment. The Heber Valley Railroad is reminiscent of the typical short-line railway that could be seen in many parts of Utah and throughout rural America during the “Golden Years” of U.S. railroading. Our goal is to help you enjoy a slice of Americana which has otherwise disappeared. The train ride, depot and atmosphere around the rail equipment, yards and buildings have been designed to be educational to young and old.