Join us aboard The Royalty Express, a regal event for your prince and princess! Experience captivating live performances while indulging a noble treat and a spot of tea, all set against the enchanting backdrop of a charming train journey. Prepare to be swept away on a magical adventure filled with royal delight! 

Welcome aboard the Tequila & Gourmet Food Tasting Train, where luxury meets culinary delight! Step into a world of exquisite flavors and unparalleled hospitality as you embark on a journey through some of the finest tequilas and local gourmet dishes. More than just a culinary excursion, this journey is a celebration of the finer things in life—good food, great company, and unforgettable experiences. Whether you’re a seasoned epicurean or simply someone who appreciates the finer things in life, the Tequila & Gourmet Food Tasting Train promises memories that will last a lifetime.

This is a 21+ event that will delight any tequila lover.

Immerse yourself in the flavorful world of chocolate on our unique chocolate tasting train. It’s a chocolate lover’s dream. Our trip offers a rare, intense, and decadent experience; as you discover the thrilling sensation of chocolate. Passengers will taste and learn how to engage their senses and try a variety of chocolate paired with chocolate confections and cocktails.

This is a 21+ event that will delight any chocolate lover. 


French Lick & West Baden was once known as the home to “America’s Laxative”. The Pluto Water slogan was “When nature wont, Pluto will.” At one point in time, 40-50 train cars were used to ship Pluto Water across the country. This “healing” water naturally contained sodium, magnesium sulfate, and lithium which produced a foul odor. This odor prompted people to say that the underworld couldn’t be far away.

Pluto, the Roman God of the Underworld became a staple symbol in our area. Ultimately, Pluto Water sales were stopped in 1971 when lithium became a controlled substance and was no longer allowed to be sold publicly. However, the Pluto symbol remains and can still be found in many areas locally.

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