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See your favorite Letterland® characters come to life. From Talking Tess's Train to Eddie Elephant's Gem Mine, each area of the Park is an opportunity for children to learn and play!

Ticket Prices for Letterland at Tweetsie Railroad

Adult (13+) $44
(Regular $52)

Child (3–12) $25
(Regular $33)

Child (0–2) free

Tickets are not valid for A Day Out With Thomas™, Ghost Train®, or Tweetsie Christmas®. All ticket prices include 6.75% NC admission tax.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The park is re-themed from Wild West into the imaginary place known as Letterland, with live Letterland characters, Letterland-themed shows, and train ride.

Letterland is a unique, phonics-based approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling to 3-8 year olds. The Letterland characters transform plain black letter shapes into child-friendly pictograms and they all live in an imaginary place called Letterland.

The park is open from 9: 00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during Letterland.

Space is limited and requests are taken on a first come first serve basis. You can submit a request online or by calling 877-893-3874 ext. 114. Once your request has been reviewed you will be notified by email or phone.

No, this event is open to the public, however, there will be a lot of groups in attendance and you can expect longer than normal lines for the amusement rides and limited space on the train.

Tickets may only be purchased through a group or at the Ticket Office on the day of the event.

Yes, Golden Rail Season Pass holders may attend this event for free.

The ticket for Letterland at Tweetsie includes general admission to the park, one ride behind a historic narrow-gauge steam locomotive, live Letterland-themed shows, Deer Park Zoo, panning for gold, and unlimited amusement rides. Additional expenses would include retail and food-related items such as animal feed, face painting, arcade games, ice cream, etc.

This is a very fun and exciting field trip for your child. Their group will be assigned a specific time to ride the train and possibly lunch. To make sure you are able to ride the train and/or eat lunch with them, please communicate with your group leader early on to ensure that space will be available.

No, from the Deer Park Zoo all the way to Main Street, all areas should be open. The only exception would pertain to amusement rides that are closed due to safety or inclement weather.