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Curious George

Kenneth McNulty
Departure: 10 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., Sunday June 30 | $8.50-$18.50 Infants (1 yr. & under) Free

 Take a train ride to see Curious George and the Man in the Yellow Hat. After the train stops at the LM&M Junction, you can go to the play set, participate in educational games and make crafts with the lovable duo.



Where: Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad
Phone: 513-933-8022
Address: 127 S. Mechanic Road
Website: http://lebanonrr.com/geroge.html

Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad

127 S. Mechanic Road
Lebanon, Ohio
45036
 
Offers an hour-long train ride through the beautiful rolling countryside of Southwest Ohio. Themed rides include Thomas the Tank Engine for kids and a murder mystery for adults. All themes are relatively kid-friendly.
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