The Put-in-Bay Tour Train is an outstanding way to see and learn about the island. Enjoy the island breezes while embarking on a one hour guided tour. The open air trolley is easily visible with its yellow color scheme.
Boarding the Tour Train
Tickets are available at the Downtown Bus terminal. This is located at the corner of Delaware and Toledo Avenues. Then, passengers board on an open air trolley driven by a Jeep. The tour provides riders with a wealth of information about the history of Put-in-Bay. Also, it points out various points of interest along the way. Another great aspect of the scheduled stops on the journey. During the journey, the tour train makes stops at Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center, Heineman’s Winery, Perry’s Monument and the Lake Erie Island Nature and Wildlife Area.
So Much to See on the Tour Train
There is much to do at the scheduled stops. First, at Perry’s Cave there are several great things to do. Take a leisurely stroll through the Butterfly House or seek out treasure at Gem Stone Mining. Also, there is an awesome mini golf here aptly named the War of 18 Holes. Next, Heineman’s Winery is an interesting stop. Boasting an interesting cave, Crystal Cave, as well as a fine selection of island wines. Interestingly, this winery is the oldest family owned in Ohio.
Third, the tour train stops at Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial. This National Monument pays homage to Oliver Hazard Perry. His leadership propelled the U.S. to victory during the Battle of Lake Erie. Last, the train stops at the Lake Erie Island Nature and Wildlife Area. Here, guests can learn about the natural environment of the Lake Erie Islands. Also, they can browse through an impressive taxidermy collection
So, to cover much ground on Put-in-Bay choose the Tour Train. The rich history and culture of Put-in-Bay is on full display. Also, this is a leisurely activity that can be enjoyed by guests of all ages. See you at on the trolley!