Put your inner Sherlock Holmes to the test while enjoying dinner with this unique murder mystery experience.

My Old Kentucky Dinner Train

How have I lived this close to Kentucky my whole life and never knew that there was a dinner train in Kentucky?  This dinner train isn't too far from the Tri-State either as it's located in Bardstown, Kentucky.

Dinner Excursions

Of course, with a name like My Old Kentucky Dinner Train, you can imagine this train hosts many different dinners throughout the year.  The dinner train regularly hosts dinner excursions that take about two and a half hours, and with your ticket, you get to enjoy a four-course meal. Along with enjoying a nice dinner excursion while soaking up the scenery of the Bluegrass State, they also often host unique themed excursions, and this murder mystery sounds like a blast!


Murder Mystery Dinner Train

I have always wanted to go to a murder mystery dinner, but when I heard you can enjoy a murder mystery dinner while aboard a train, I wanted to immediately hit "buy now" on my ticket.   The Murder Mystery Dinner Train will still take you on the standard excursion train ride, and you'll get to enjoy a delicious meal.  However, you'll also be responsible for solving a murder.

We invite you to join us on board for a memorable journey that’s sure to keep you guessing! While riding through Kentucky’s scenic countryside, you get to enjoy a gourmet four-course meal and a live murder mystery show! Our elegant train cars are the perfect setting to immerse yourself in the intrigue as you participate in the murder mystery. Enjoy a different kind of evening when you join our mystery train ride with friends or family! It’s a dinner you won’t forget.

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The Murder Mystery Train excursion has a few dates this summer open, if you're interested in booking, you can check out My Old Kentucky Dinner Train's website, here.

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