Attractions on Oahu | Hawaiian Railway
The Hawaiian Railway is a popular Attraction on Oahu that gives visitors a chance to ride on restored locomotives
The Hawaiian Railway is a fun Attraction on Oahu that is a hit with visitors of all ages.
About Hawaiian Railway:
Who wouldn’t love a ride on a historic railway? This Attraction on Oahu is the only historic railway on the Island, and visitors are invited to hop aboard and take a ride on a stretch of track located west of Old Ewa.
Train rides are available Saturday and Sunday. If you opt for a 3 p.m. train ride, the train will make a stop in Ko’Olina where all riders are invited to visit Two Scoops where they can purchase ice cream for the return ride.
The Hawaiian Railway Society, who operates the train rides, wants to save as much of the state’s railway history as possible. The work tirelessly to restore tracks, and they currently have 3 vintage diesel locomotives in their collection.
It’s not every day that you can take a ride on a historic train car. One of the most famous is the Dillingham parlor car which has been carefully restored. This train car was built specifically for the founder of the Oahu Railway & Land Co. It was very opulent for the time and included beautiful iron work, a galley, a lavatory, and other features. It cost an impressive $4,388 (about $125,300 in today’s money.)
The Dillingham Parlor car is available for rides on the second Sunday of each month. Reservations are required, and the fee to ride on this car is $25.
Add this fun Oahu Thing to Do to your itinerary during your visit to Hawaii. It’s a great chance to enjoy a bit of the state’s rich history, and it is an Oahu Attraction that the whole family will enjoy.
Saturday at 3 p.m.
Sunday at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Weekday charters are available
Standard fares start at $12 for adults and $8 for ages 2 to 12