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I have been to other museums that feature transportation and they range from quite good to very bad. Sadly, this one falls into the poor end of the spectrum. It was dirty, not kept up and sounds better than it really is. Not surprised that...More
For really small kids, this is probably an exciting adventure. I don't think older kids would find it to be and ours did not. The decorations on the train were just kind of tired and old barely any lights and surprisingly, no Christmas music.The train...More
A wonderful assortment of TRAIN items - so the "transportation" moniker may be a bit misleading. Neat old trains and train memorabilia, but... the place is in dire need of financial help to get the place shined up. A bit run down - but it's...More
My wife and I took my grand son to Foster Park and the Train Museum. We enjoyed a relaxing day viewing the old trains, took in part of a baseball game and ended the day going swimming. Really enjoyed being able to spend quality time...More
We were visiting Noblesville on a family trip with our grandchildren and decided to visit this museum after we learned of it from a resident. Sad to say the museum does not open until the month of May. So it's better to call ahead in...More
I did not ride the train which was fine as I was there to see the historic pieces of equipment. This museum is great for the rail fan and anyone wanting to get up close and personal with these examples of these vanishing history. It...More
I took my grandchildren on the Christmas train with Santa and Mrs. Clause. The refreshments served on board were very appropriate for the time of year. They didn't enjoy the story so much before the train ride.