It is with regret that the Board of Trustees of NJMT announces the cancellation of both the Haunted Halloween Express
and the Christmas Express. This is due to the constraints of the COVID-19 virus precautions. We want you, our customers, to be safe.
We are still operating on weekends with our open car as long as it is warm enough. We hope that you will be able to join us next year.
Please stay safe and healthy!
Online Ticket Purchase Only
Tickets are available online in advance for a specific time and date here:
Visa and MasterCard only. Tickets are non-refundable, and cannot be used on a different date due to restrictions on the number of people
allowed on the train.
Tickets may not be in chronological order!
Rules for Service
For your safety and ours, please follow the rules listed below. These rules are mandated by the State of New Jersey.
Face masks are required on NJMT premises, to ride on the train and for the duration of your visit.
NJMT has the right to deny access for anyone refusing to wear a mask.
Please use hand sanitizer prior to boarding.
Please maintain social distancing (6 feet).
Temperatures will be taken prior to boarding. Anyone whose temperature is above 99.6 will be refused service and
asked to leave the property promptly.
If you have been feeling ill in the past two weeks or have been in contact with anyone who has been sick in the last
two weeks, you will be denied access and asked to leave promptly.
Frequently Asked Questions
When do the trains run? Every weekend from 11:00 to 4:00. Different times apply for Special Events. All events subject to change or
cancellation without notice.
How long is the ride? About 15 minutes.
How much are tickets? $5.00 per person, 3 years and older; $1.00 for children under 3, and for service personnel. Different rates apply for our Special Events.
Where do we purchase tickets? ONLINE ONLY. Tickets are not
being sold on site at this time due to COVID-19.
Do you accept charge cards? Yes. Visa and MasterCard only.
Where is the museum? You're standing in it! NJMT is a "working museum": the train and all of the buildings on
the public area are historical. There's no large building full of artifacts; ride the train and walk around the public area to enjoy