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Heading back to the Orlando area from cities on the Gulf Coast, I intended to have a coffee stop at the Krazy Kup in the downtown area of Plant City. It was on a Sunday. Everything was closed, including the building at the Robert W....More
Date of experience: January 2019
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BenitoL90, Executive Director at Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, responded to this reviewResponded March 21, 2019
Thank you for taking time to post your review.
We here at the Museum hope that we will see you again, particularly when are open so can show the "inside" Museum.
Have great day
I had come across this museum somewhere and made a mental note to take my four year old grandson who is really into trains there one day. Well we did on Saturday. Like a lot of other reviewers say, it is relatively small. It is...More
A good place for a bit of train history. They have picture boards with some information about the area. Some artifacts and a running model train. When we went the worker was talking with someone for quite some time so I had no chance to...More
Date of experience: January 2019
BenitoL90, Manager at Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, responded to this reviewResponded January 17, 2019
Thank you for visiting, please stop in again, and thank you for the very kind review of our Museum. Our Museum and it's adjacent Viewing Platform, which has been listed as one of the best 75 places for train watching in the US, is definitely...More
Lots of history of station, and trains. Friendly staff, provides a wealth of information. If you enjoy trains, then you should like stopping by for a visit. Some unusual track equipment to ride the rails.
Date of experience: December 2018
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BenitoL90, Executive Director at Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, responded to this reviewResponded December 8, 2018
Thank you for visiting our Museum, and our Plant City Downtown area, hope to see you again..
I stopped by on a weekday when the museum was supposed to be open. There was a sign on the door saying that someone would be back in 15 minutes. There were a couple other people waiting outside. I went for a coffee and came...More
Date of experience: October 2018
BenitoL90, Executive Director at Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, responded to this reviewResponded November 3, 2018
Sorry for your missed opportunity, I'm not sure which day you stopped by, generally if one of our volunteers step's out, the museum entry doors remain open, generally the interior main museum room would be locked while they are out, for either coffee...More
It's a free museum so don't expect guided tours here, but the rolling stock is interesting and if you take the time to read the information cards you will learn a few things. The small speeders are in abundance and the variety is amazing. There...More
Date of experience: June 2018
Benito L, Executive Director at Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, responded to this reviewResponded July 4, 2018
Thank you very much for visiting our Museum and for the kind words. Stop in again, it would be pleasure meeting you
Just off the I4 with plenty of parking outside, this is a great little museum which is free to look round. It has some great exhibits including a small locomotive and caboose outside. Unfortunately the caboose wasn’t open but there was lots to see inside....More