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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
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
Go back in time while visiting this quaint little railroad museum in the Winter Strawberry Capital. Learn about the history, culture, development and innovations occurring around this small and very relevant station. Nearby shops and eateries abound and do not disappoint.
Employees were rude, there was little to nothing to do or see. The train ride in the open air was nice, but it took you to a place that had one small building the size of a bathroom to look at and nothing else. We...More
Love this quaint museum and all the beautifully kept train memorabilia. It is a fun place to take photos for special occasions. Loads of parking and its right downtown so its easily walkable to other shops and restaurants.
This is an amazing place! A friend visiting from out-of-state is a huge rail fan and we've been doing "rail things" during his visit. This one was on my list, but being in Plant City I hadn't given it a high priority. Fortunately it fell...More
If you're a rail fan like my wife, you will find this to be a pleasant stop. It is a small but free rail museum. It has 3 small rooms with local rail history and 4 rail cars outside to take your picture by.
I really like Railway museums, so was looking forward to seeing what Plant City had to offer. There is a caboose, and a little yard engine, but not so much else. There is some train memorabilia in the old train station, and it was quite...More
Great place to visit with kids to see the history of trains in and around Plant City. The viewing platform is wonderful, with lots of trains from CSX to Amtrak passing by on a daily basis. Whether you a train enthusiast or just like Museum...More