Three Valleys Stream Train

Three Valleys Stream Train

-Ride a steam train and visit a train museum in the Ardennes!!
-You ride the train from Mariembourg to Treignes. You stop in Treignes for about one hour, which is good enough to see the museum, have a picnic and maybe visit the playground near the train station in Treignes, Then you ride the train back
-The train is running:
the three days of the Easter weekend
every weekend and public holidays from early April to the 7th of November
every Tuesday and Thursday from early July to late August
a weekend during the month of December (Father Christmas Train)
-Cost:
Roundtrip: kids < 6 free, kids 6-12 years old EUR 8, adults EUR 13
One way: kids < 6 free, kids 6-12 years old EUR 6, adults EUR 9
-Normally there is also a Steam Train Bar Restaurant with menus between EUR 15-50
-There is also a café with warm drinks and snacks
-You can book your train tickets here (be careful, not all tickets are for steam trains! Some are for diesel trains, check the last pics to see on the brochure when the steam train is running or give them a call to make sure you book a steam train, if that’s important to you. Diesel trains are also fun!):
http://site.cfv3v.eu/site/
-The Steam Railway Museum is also open
-Audio guide in FR/NL/EN/DE
-There is a café with warm drinks and snacks. You can also have your picnic at the tables of the café of the museum next to the train lines
-Opening hours:
March-November Tuesday to Friday 10.00-17.00, Saturday & Sunday & public holidays open 10.00-18.00. Closed every Monday, except public holidays
In July and August open every day 10.00-18.00
-Cost: kids < 6 free, kids 6-12 years old EUR 4, adults EUR 6
-You can book tickets here:
http://site.cfv3v.eu/site/museum-2/
-There is also a repair workshop, where you can pay EUR 1 per person at an automatic machine and visit via the footbridge
-There is also a Steam Festival in September (25-26.09.2021)
-Stroller friendly (steps to get in the train) and wheelchair friendly (there is one wagon that is adapted for people with reduced mobility, but you need to call in advance and reserve it, no additional charge)
-Dogs allowed on a leash
-Toilets at the Steam Railway Museum
-It can be combined with Jardin d’O, a great park with an awesome water playground, and Fondry des Chiens to see the geologocal formation (posts coming soon)
-It can be combined with the Chimay castle, Abbaye Notre Dame de Scourmont where Chimay beer is brewed, Beers and cheeses of Chimay (the selling point of Chimay, which is a restaurant and there is also a small playground),
-It can be combined with Aquascope, a nice trail for kids where they learn about lake Virelles. There is also a good playground there and a snacks, and bio local ice cream
-It can also be combined with Lacs de l’Eau d’Heure – Plate Taille, the Lac de l’Eau d’Heure and the swimming zone of Plate Taille and the Natura Park in the same area
– About 1 hour 20 minutes drive S of Schuman, Brussels (or 2 hours 20 minutes by public transport)

Where to park
Chaussée de Givet 60-64, 5660 Couvin
https://goo.gl/maps/EKc3DLdaagqjLvJb8

Then walk to the train station
Chaussée de Givet 49/51
5660 Couvin
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