Join us on Sunday afternoons this summer for an experience style event, with an exciting interactive guided tour followed by a generous helping of mouth-watering homemade dessert.
Get a glimpse of the McAdam Railway Station during the “Good Old Days” of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Be captivated and entertained by a live unfolding of the history of the station through the unique point of view of the endearing (and often mischievous!) Abigail Massey. Will Miss Quinn catch up with the antics of clever Abigail? Trouble is bound to find her during your visit! Find out this summer.
This exciting tour culminates with Afternoon Tea, staged in the beautiful and impeccably appointed Dining Room, reserved for only the most elite of guests in its heyday. Sit back and relax as Abigail and her friends serve a scrumptious dessert prepared from scratch, as they were in the bygone days. Don’t miss this uniquely delicious way to experience a glimpse back in time at the Historical McAdam Railway Station.
Perfect for families and groups. Tour time is approximately 45 minutes, with “tea” to follow.
Cost: Adults $15.00 per person 12 and under: $10.00 per person (Children under 5 are free)
Reservations and payment in advance are required.
506-784-3101 (10.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. during seasonal hours) or email: email@example.com
You also get the fantastic and educational opportunity to explore the railway station in depth with a tour guide. There’s the option of a shorter tour and a more extended one-we suggest the extended tour for those interested in learning about everything to do with the station, from the young girls who worked at the station to all of the celebrities who have visited!
In each room of the railway station, shocking stories are revealed about events that have taken place and the people who once occupied the room. The tour really takes you back in time and makes you feel like you are reliving the stories being told.
If you ever happen to be driving through the McAdam area, or are looking to learn about the rich history of the railway station, I strongly suggest visiting the station on a Sunday afternoon and enjoying a few hours back in history! The Railway Pie alone compels many tourists and locals to come and enjoy the experience every Sunday afternoon!