Reasonable ($7.50) entrance fee, unfortunately a lot of reading (long text plates) rather than intelligently arranged items. Yes, the museum explains the important role of the railways during the Civil War, but expects you to have a broad knowledge background on the war itself already to understand most. You'd expect a more comprehensive Civil War picture according to the museum's title, but you just get a glimpse. Probably I should have read everything, but it's just not entertaining.
So , also kids will get bored, until they see the General (which is the last item before you then leave the museum after following a fully arranged path).
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