Outstanding museum dedicated to the history of railroads. Many one of a kind exhibits. Timely posted signs about such trains. 2 large barn like galleries. A nice outdoor setting just off the river. An observation platform to climb for wonderful views of this environment. Many trains allow some "on board" examination. Great place for scouting trips. Good gift shop. Reasonably priced.
Brought my friend from the UK as she loves trains. I think this was the high point of her visit. She was smiling the whole time. We took the ride around the park so got to learn a bit more history that way. So many trains to look at! This was a great place to visit. They even have a train themed playground for the kids if they need a break. You can actually go on many of the trains and really explore.
I like that you are able to go into most of the cars and the engines. It had a good variety of locomotives and had lots of interesting information about the locomotives and how they were used. If you have time in Green Bay I would recommend checking it out.
A very nice museum with a great train ride around the grounds. Limited displays but many of the actual train cars are open for inspection. You can really see the impact of 50 years of equipment with a side by side comparison of a 1918 to 1940 to 1950 locomotive in the same barn. The "Eisenhower Train" used in WW2 is restored and is just beautiful. A "Pulman" car is also restored and the detail is beautiful. Easy to walk around with plenty of activities for small children from the hands on area and the train sandbox outside.
Very inexpensive, informative and enjoyable. Bigger than expected with lots of trains. Along the river with beautiful views. The train ride was enjoyable attraction.
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