Visit for Two, Four, or Six to Rosenberg Railroad Museum (Up to 43% Off)

Rosenberg Railroad Museum

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Abigail N. ·
· Reviewed December 23, 2016
Really enjoyed our tour, visiting the museum and old train car.

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Heather Z. ·
· Reviewed December 20, 2016
You get a lot for the admission price. Small and but nice facility.

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Sandy M. ·
· Reviewed December 5, 2016
We enjoyed the tour! Great piece of history for my kiddo to experience. Would definitely do the tour again.

What You'll Get


Choose from Three Options

  • $6.50 for admission for two (up to $10 value)
  • $12 for admission for four (up to $20 value)
  • $17 for admission for six (up to $30 value)

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per group. Not valid for special events. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Rosenberg Railroad Museum


If it weren’t for the railroad, there would be no Rosenberg. In 1880 the Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Company extended their tracks across those of another railway, creating a junction that they named after the railway’s president, Henry von Rosenberg. All that remains of this junction’s original depot, from which the town of Rosenberg grew, is the signal tower, which is now the centerpiece of Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s collection of historic railcars and other railway paraphernalia. The Museum is located in historic downtown Rosenberg and is home to the Quebec, Tower 17, a caboose and model train "HO" and "G" scale layouts.

Representing the full spectrum of passenger railcars, the collection includes a caboose—the living quarters of a train conductor—and a Canadian government business car, which in the 1920s had been appointed to transport dignitaries and prime ministers in comfort. At the museum’s education center, an HO-gauge model train gives visitors a macro view of a rail network, and, up in the signal tower, an interlocking machine lets visitors play at train traffic control, using the same switches the towerman flipped back in 1903.

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