The Put-In-Bay Tour Train is the preferred way to see Put-in-Bay and explore its rich history and fun attractions. Take a break from the excitement and let the training guide take you on an entertaining and educational adventure. This open-air guided tour offers multiple stops to some of the island’s most popular attractions.

All Aboard the Put-in-Bay Tour Train

Grab your cameras, binoculars, and your smartphones, because you’ll definitely want to capture all the sights on your Tour Train adventure. Located on the corner of Delaware and Toledo Avenues, near the Downtown Bus Terminals, you will be able to purchase your ticket and hop aboard. Once seats this Jeep-led trolley will travel you through the history and terrain of Put-In-Bay’s past and present. While you’ll be sure to learn countless fun facts and experience beautiful scenery, the train also makes scheduled stops for you to hop on and off at popular Put-in-Bay hot spots. Perry’s Cave Family Fun Center, home to attractions such as the Butterfly House, War of 18 Holes Miniature Golf, Fort aMaze’n the giant maze challenge, and Antique Car Museum is just one of the many destinations!

Tour Train Scheduled Stops:

With so many events and attractions in Put-In-Bay, the Tour Train is the best way to leisurely explore the island and plan your Put-In-Bay Bucket List; everyone needs one! Before boarding the Tour Train make sure to pick up your Island Fun Pack for great value saving rates on a full day of fun including the scheduled stops and others like, The Butterfly House, Crystal Cave, and the Miller Boat Line.

Tour Train Prices:

Adults: $10.00

Children Ages 6 to 12: $5.00

Children Ages 5 and Younger: FREE

Memorial Day through Labor Day Tour Train Hours of Operation:

10:15 am – 5:15 pm, with trains leaving every half hour on the quarter-hour.

The Tour Train will get you around, but you’ve got to be here first! Plan your Put-In-Bay vacation today. Find the best Put-In-Bay hotels here!


Bonnie P: “This was our first visit to Put-in-Bay. At first, we’d simply intended to rent a golf cart to see the island. But instead, we opted for the tour train which was included in the Family Fun Pack ($50) available from Miller’s Ferry Service. In addition to several attraction admission vouchers, the Fun Pack included a round-trip ferry, round-trip bus to downtown, and the tour train – all at considerable savings from what everything would have cost bought individually.

The bus can be boarded near the ferry and takes you straight to the tour train depot. There are restrooms, a snack bar, and a visitors center at the tour train depot.

Tour tickets entitle you to ride one full circuit with on and off privileges along the way. For example: If you start at the depot station, you can get off at the fish hatchery and 30 minutes later, get back on and ride to Perry’s Cave. But you cannot get on at Perry’s Cave and make the circuit all the way around back to the fish hatchery – since you only get one complete circuit from wherever you first get on.

The train runs remarkably on time. So check the time each time you get off and know that you can get back on the next train 30 minutes later. The drivers/tour guides are excellent – giving you an informative entertaining tour of not only the featured attractions- but many other things you’ll pass along the way.

We started at the depot and stepped on and off at just about every stop along the way. After we got to the last stop before completing the circuit – Perry’s Peace Memorial National Park, we decided to walk from there to the downtown area and the city park which was in full swing with the annual Pirate Festival. We then walked back to the depot where we caught the bus to the ferry.

The tour train offers a stress-free informative way to see the island. Highly recommended!”

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