V&T Railroad


Family Pack Discounts
Families can save on V&T tickets

Passengers of all ages love riding the V&T. Now it's more affordable for parents and grandparents (or even aunts and uncles!) to share this memorable experience with children!

Save up to $28 when buying a V&T Family Pack of tickets!

The 2-2 Family Pack is just $140 and includes (2) Child tickets and any combination Adult or Senior/Veteran tickets, for a total of (4) tickets per Family Pack.

Buy Tickets

Family Packs may be purchased online or by calling 877-724-5007.

NOTE: Child tickets are for children ages 3-16. Senior tickets are for adults aged 65 and older. When purchasing a 2-2 Family Pack of (4) tickets, any additional adults, seniors, veterans, and children will pay regular fares. Family Packs not valid on tickets for THE POLAR EXPRESS™ Train Ride.



877-724-5007   775-291-0208

Carson City Eastgate Depot
4650 Eastgate Siding Road
Carson City, Nevada 89701
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For nearly twenty years the V&T was a major political and economic factor in the growth and development of Western Nevada and Eastern California. During the late 1870s, V&T stockholders divided handsome dividends in excess of $100,000 monthly. Additional financial returns provided the capital for nearly 40 other V&T-affiliated concerns. The 300-mile Carson & Colorado Railroad was built from Mound House, Nevada, to Keeler, California, and was operated by principals of the V&T from 1880 to 1900. V&T dividends funded the establishment of Hawthorne, Nevada, the Hawthorne Water Works, lumbering operations at Lake Tahoe and Southern Nevada, the Columbus Wagon Road to Bodie, a large soda plant at Keeler, and dozens of mining ventures at Aurora, Bodie, Hawthorne, Candelaria, Belleville, Columbus, and Cerro Gordo.

*V&T Railroad, Virginia & Truckee R.R. logo and "Queen of the Shortlines"SM used by permission of Virginia & Truckee Railroad Co., Virginia City, Nevada.