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Historic Western & Atlantic Railroad Tunnel, Tunnel Hill
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  • We took our three year old because he is really into trains right now. He loved it. You ride thru the tunnel on a golf cart while a guide gives you information about the tunnel. We did not go in the m...  more »
  • My wife and I were headed to the George Disney Trail when we saw a sign about the Tunnel. We turned around on the highway and it was a good call. The Tunnel is apart of a complex with a Heritage Cente...  more »
  • My wife and I were staying Atlanta for a few days visiting the city and the surrounding counties. I saw an advertisement on a freeway billboard for this place while driving into Atlanta from Orlando. ...  more »
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  • First, a disclaimer. We went through the tunnel and are still confused as to whether we were supposed to pay an admission or not. (We didn't pay one.) The tunnel was pretty awesome to see. Old brick and dressed stone lining the interior where locomotives once traveled. The tunnel is 1/4 mile long and several degrees cooler inside. Nice to see but might be pricey.
  • I popped in on a Sunday, so I wasn't able to get a the full tour, but I will be back. Loved the small wooden bridge.
  • The museum is a great experience
  • great