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500 East Railroad Avenue, Colfax

Admission for One, Two, or Four Adults or Youths

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Highlights

Visitors can see a collection of railroad equipment, signals, lanterns, dining car china, and more

Customer Reviews

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Charlene
4 ratings2 reviews4 photos
June 20, 2020
It was very interesting. Very informative tzour. Well worth the drive.
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JulianTOP REVIEWER
5 ratings5 reviews
September 25, 2019
Great place, knowledgeable guide, incredible chunks of history and historical items. We drive an hour and a half just for this and it was well worth it.
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JulianTOP REVIEWER
5 ratings5 reviews
September 23, 2019
Great experience with a very personable and knowledgeable guide. For a small collection, it is bursting with intriguing items and historical significance. A definite must if you're able to stop by and love trains.

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About This Deal

  • Youth admission is valid for ages 7–14 and adult admission for ages 15 and up.
  • Free admission for children under 7.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 4 per visit. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Colfax Railroad Museum

Housed in a sandstone building built in 1913, Colfax Railroad Museum is a place created for those fascinated by trains. It exhibits many kinds of railroad-related artifacts, including lanterns, uniforms and a railroad dining car china collection. Its goal is to help the visitors understand the experiences of travelers from the past and show how the technology evolved.

  • Eye Catcher: Railroad dining car china collection, which is the largest public display in the world.

  • Permanent Mainstay: Railroad cars, including Soo Line Caboose #256 and Soo Line Coach #991.

  • Don't Miss: Porter 2-6-2T steam engine, a historical locomotive.

  • The Building: Village's third depot created from sandstone in1913,and the second depot built in 1898 and the site of Teddy Roosevelt's last whistle stop speech.