The Craigflower Farmhouse and School in Victoria, British Columbia, is a great attraction for travelers on a Canadian train vacation to see what pioneer life what like during the nineteenth century.
Built in the early twentieth century, Chateau Dufresne is a beautiful mansion located near Montreal's Botanical Gardens park.
Located among rolling plains and beautiful forests, Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg, is a great place for travelers on Canadian train trips to spend a lazy afternoon.
The Toronto Zoo in Canada is filled with nearly 5,000 animals and 500 species that visitors on Canadian train vacations can enjoy every day of the year, except Christmas.
With a number of unique galleries displaying the vast diversity of marine life in the world's oceans, the Vancouver Aquarium is one of the best-reviewed and largest museum dedicated to underwater creatures.
As Whistler Mountain settles from the spotlight after the 2010 Winter Olympics, local athletes are preparing to take their mountain back.
Vancouver is home to many internationally renowned festivals revolving around food and drink.
This February, passengers stopping in Halifax on a train trip across Canada can sample some of Nova Scotia's finest Icewines, famous for their rich flavors and delicate sweetness.
Experience the rush of water and powerful force behind Niagara Falls up close and personal while on a Canadian train vacation by taking a tour on the Maid of the Mist.
Once a large mining town, Bankhead, in Banff National Park, is now a ghost town.