History museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $35 for a yearlong Engineer family membership for up to eight, including grandparents, plus additional perks (a $75 value)
- $23 for museum admission for four (up to a $48 value)
- $12 for museum admission for two (up to a $24 value)
The admissions for two and four people also include 20% off at the gift shop on the day of the visit.
Historic RailPark & Train Museum
Trains aren't time machines, but the old rail cars at the Historic RailPark & Train Museum transport you back in time nonetheless. With exhibits covering eras as far back as the Civil War, visitors learn how trains impacted the way the United States formed and grew, covering topics such as segregation on the railroad and the lives of hoboes. A rare WWII hospital car shows one way medicine was practiced in war time, and sleeper and dining cars depict how train travel evolved through the eras. Guided tours are included with admission throughout the day, and everyone gets a turn running the model-railroad display.
92% of 36 customers recommend
“The museum was pretty boring (and we were the only ones there) but my kids (7 and 2) enjoyed the guided tour of the train cars My 7 year old paid attention and...”
“The museum was pretty boring (and we were the only ones there) but my kids (7 and 2) enjoyed the guided tour of the train cars My 7 year old paid attention and learned quite a bit The inside by the gift shop has a toy train set up the kids loved They also had a couple of trains kids could climb in that were a hit For the price I paid and the enjoyment they had, I'm content”
“My kids really enjoyed the tour. :)”
“Everyone that works there are volunteers & are wonderful. Make sure when you go that you have plenty of time. You get to hear about the wonderful history of the...”
“Everyone that works there are volunteers & are wonderful. Make sure when you go that you have plenty of time. You get to hear about the wonderful history of the railroad & local area. My son at age 5 loved it. A must go see place :-) ”