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- $16 for admission for two ($28 value)
- $32 for admission for four ($56 value)
Florida Railroad Museum
There's no better way to learn about the railroad than to board a train, as the Florida Railroad Museum's main attraction will tell you. Guests of the museum hop aboard a diesel train for weekend excursions that chug through 13 miles of countryside, all the while learning about the machinery itself and the changes that it brought to the Sunshine State. For those looking to stay squarely on the ground, there are plenty of static exhibits within the museum, including rolling stock, equipment, and a 1949 PRR 10-6 Pullman Sleeper train. These exhibits help explain the history of the Florida railroad from the 1860s onward, with a special focus on the Gulf Coast area and the Seaboard Air Line which, despite its name, carried rail passengers through Tampa, Ocala, St. Petersburg, and more in the early years of the 20th century.