Outing for Two or Four or Membership for Up to Six Plus Miniature-Train Rides at the Museum of Transportation

National Museum of Transportation

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Sheri L. ·
January 3, 2013
Great place to visit! The kids loved the train ride!


Georgia P. ·
September 11, 2012
The employees were very helpful and friendly. There was a lot of great history to see - great time!


Lora C. ·
September 10, 2012
It would be really nice if an adult chaperone could ride the train for free, rather than having to pay. The ride is clearly for the kids, but an adult often/usually has to ride along with the little folks.

What You'll Get

Trains provide a much more efficient way of travel than walking, strapping 500 Hot Wheels to the bottom of a boat, or pulling onto the highway with a kite-drawn chariot. Relish in innovative voyaging vessels with today’s Groupon to the Museum of Transportation. Choose from the following options:

  • For $8, you get two admission tickets and two miniature-train-ride tickets (up to a $20 value).

  • For $15, you get four admission tickets and four miniature-train-ride tickets (up to a $40 value).

  • For $50, you get a one-year Navigator family membership for up to six people (a $110 value). The membership includes:
    • Free admission for two adults and four children per visit
    • Invitations to special events
    • 10 percent off all purchases at Boxcar Boutique
    • 55 Choo Choo Choose stamps, which can be used toward miniature-train rides or visits to the Creation Station

Founded in 1944, the Museum of Transportation transports visitors to the horse-powered past with more than 70 locomotives—including a mid-1800s Union Pacific track rider—and more than 200 road vehicles, such as a car built in 1901 by the St. Louis Motor Carriage Company. Boasting what Frommer's calls “one of the most complete collections of American rail power anywhere,” the Museum of Transportation displays Big Boy, the largest successful steam engine ever built, and has one of the first manmade railroad tunnels west of the Mississippi River on its property. Pint-size patrons can speed toward the Creation Station, a hands-on learning center for children 5 and younger (additional $1.50 admission fee not included), and motor maniacs can visit the museum during one of the car shows, with future themes including the All-Chevy Show and the Oldsmobile Fun Show. Also included in today’s Groupon are tickets for the miniature-train ride, which departs daily.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must activate by 8/24/12, membership expires 1 year from activation date. Must redeem ride admissions in full by 8/24/12. Valid only for option purchased. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About National Museum of Transportation

The National Museum of Transportation sprawls across 129 acres, presenting its vast collection of automobiles, boats, planes, and trains dating from the mid-1800s to the present day. More than 70 massive locomotives reside in the museum, including the largest successful steam locomotive, the Union Pacific Big Boy. Explore rare autos—including a motor carriage dating back to 1901 and rides owned by Dean Martin and W.C. Fields—and a fleet of military aircraft. A miniature locomotive leads a following of bright-red cars around the museum grounds, and the hands-on Creation Station gives tots aged 5 and under the opportunity to familiarize themselves with modes of transportation outside of diesel-powered strollers.

By purchasing this deal you'll unlock points which can be spent on discounts and rewards. Every 5,000 points can be redeemed for $5 Off your next purchase.