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Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad

127 South Mechanic Street
513-933-8022

The Lebanon Mason Monroe Railroad (LM&M Railroad) operating from Historic Downtown Lebanon offers scenic train rides through Southwestern Ohio in Warren County. These nostalgic train rides present passengers with the opportunity to learn about local history and railroad operations while creating everlasting memories with family and friends. The unique location of the Historic Downtown Lebanon grants visitors the ability to experience the local splendor through shopping and dining in the charming tourist town. More information about the LM&M and it's history can be found by checking out our history page!



Reviews

Ty Gray

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018
We enjoyed a ride on the train with the family. It was a nice experience and relaxing. The kids had a fantastic time. We were very lucky because there were not many people on this trip and it was the family pizza train. We received personal pizzas from la Rosa's and a beverage. We also ventured through the train cars and enjoyed some snacks. Great time a day would recommend to anyone. We will be back!!

David Gossett

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
It's very exciting this small railways can be maintained even for a tourist or novelty reasons. The L M & M operates on a 5-mile closed-circuit track and the trip will take you five miles up the track 30 minutes and five miles back to drive 30 minutes to its starting place. It's not a real "trip" but it is a real train, real passenger cars and a really unique and could be...a but dull...But it doesn't have to be. I recently attended the Murder Mystery Train ride on the L M&M and it was a very nice. And the dinner that followed at The Golden Lamb was wonderful as well.

Richard Keesling

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Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017
Took my daughter on the North Pole express. We had an enjoyable ride. I would have rated higher if not for the disorganized loading and unloading process which resulted in us standing outside in the 15 degree cold for more than 20 minutes. I understand the challenge of getting so many families off of the train and the need to clean but this seemed to be too much. As an attraction that targets children, a quicker more efficient process such as exiting on one end of each car with simultaneous boarding on the opposite end would work better. Heaters or burn barrels on the platform could be useful as well.

Joe Devin

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Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018
Rode this past weekend for the first time. We were in town for a wedding and needed to entertain the kiddos until Saturday night. Staff was very helpful. My daughter needed to use the restroom and one of the ladies in concession stepped up to help her when she was scared to go into the train restroom. Kudos for her compassion and smiling face. Learned about the history of the train which was cool too. I'll have to watch Milk Money now to see the train in it! Was a nice way to spend the afternoon and a winter day. We don't live close but will be back.

Roger Huckaby

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Monday, March 19, 2018
My wife and I took our 5 year old granddaughter on the Princess excursion on 3-17-18. We found the staff to be very helpful and accommodating to the kids. The fairies that came thru the train took their time, took requests from the kids on what type of balloon they would like. They were very willing to pose for pictures. Our granddaughter loved the way people on the street would wave when we went by. When the train returned to the station it was a short walk to meet the Princesses. Those ladies were wonderful. I never felt rushed or hurried along. She got lots of hugs and photo opportunities. Overall it was a very memorable event for all of us. We hope to return for a future event.

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