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Really fun time with the grandkids. Bertram Flyer route was just the right amount of time.

We wanted to take the grandkids on an afternoon activity that they had never done before for some... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Bill78727
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Austin
A Blast from the Past

Previous reviews seem to be scattered all over: some thinking this trip wonderful/others not so... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2018
dianel103
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Lake Placid, Florida
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Weekly train ride that tours on a 33-mile journey through Texas' Hill Country.
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Highway 183, Austin, TX 78701
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We wanted to take the grandkids on an afternoon activity that they had never done before for some fun and quality time. They were very excited about the idea of a "real train ride" as they had both been on kiddee train rides at the...More

Thank Bill78727
Reviewed 8 April 2018

We were a party of 4 adults Mum, Dad and two thirty-something offspring holidaying in Austin for a week. We looked on the website of the Austin steam train association and decided to book the Texas Hill country flyer due to the description of the...More

6  Thank LoungeLizardLLC
Reviewed 5 March 2018

Previous reviews seem to be scattered all over: some thinking this trip wonderful/others not so. Admittedly we love train rides. This excursion designed to be a whole day's event did not disappoint. The volunteers went out of their way to accommodate even allowing this elder...More

Thank dianel103
Reviewed 7 January 2018 via mobile

On the first Hill Country Flyer of 2018. A nice day trip from Cedar Park, TX (about 20-30 minutes northwest of Austin, TX) to Burnet, TX. It’s 33 miles, departs at 10am and takes slightly less than 2 hours. You then have a good 2...More

2  Thank Monique G
Reviewed 26 November 2017 via mobile

This was our first experience on the Hill Country Flyer departing from Whitestone Blvd Station in Austin Tx on a round robin to Bertram with no debarkation. We rode on a Sunday morning at 0830. We arrived at 8am and picked up our tickets from...More

Thank Aviatrx
Reviewed 23 September 2017

We did the Octoberfest themed evening trip, and it was fun! It was an evening trip started when there was still some light so you could see scenery on the way out of town, and then got dark. Not a big deal though because the...More

1  Thank Ron H
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Bad experience with this poorly run so called business. Do not waste your time or money on this experience. We had to reschedule because of illness on a Saturday morning excursion and called in on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday to reschedule since there is a...More

2  Thank Rockhound66
Reviewed 5 May 2017 via mobile

I had been wanting to ride the train for awhile. My mom's 79th birthday and my 48th was coming up so I thought this would be a great adventure for my parents and me. While the idea of the train was fun it was pretty...More

2  Thank Jacqueline L
Reviewed 6 March 2016

Recommended for (1) train buffs (2) adults and to a lesser extent (3) families with small children. Hill Country is two hours ride to Burnet, which is what we did. There is a one hour which stops at Bertram. A variety of about approximately 8...More

2  Thank riverwalk1503
Reviewed 8 February 2016

Present engine is diesel, not steam. The cars are a collection of antiques which include coach seating @ $35.00 for seniors, roomettes, parlour cars, and the caboose at the back of the train which still has an oil fired stove. Try for a car back...More

2  Thank Garth M
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There are several different levels of service. Cheapest is $38 for an adult (14+), $28 for a child (3-13).
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