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Railroad Museum of Oklahoma

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So much history here!

Fantastic tour from watermelon during our visit. There is so much history here it's overwhelming... read more

Reviewed March 3, 2018
Steven W
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Great place!

This place is wonderful! I got a great tour by the founder and I can't wait to come back another... read more

Reviewed January 4, 2018
Rogers, AR
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702 N Washington St, Enid, OK 73701-3138
+1 580-233-3051
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Reviewed March 3, 2018 via mobile

Fantastic tour from watermelon during our visit. There is so much history here it's overwhelming. If you're near Enid, we would recommend stopping in to visit!

Thank Steven W
Reviewed January 4, 2018

This place is wonderful! I got a great tour by the founder and I can't wait to come back another day and finish seeing everything. I was there almost two hours and didn't make it through. I was also cold so I didn't go in...More

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Reviewed September 21, 2017 via mobile

What an experience. There was so much to see and experience I hope to bring my grandchildren here one day soon. What a wealth of knowledge and history. I actually hated to leave.

Thank clarson2016
Reviewed August 6, 2017

As a train lover, this was a great visit. As a national historic site, you can count on the best. Don't forget to visit outside in the train yard. Check the times and get their for at least an hour or so visit.

Thank hd452016
Reviewed July 24, 2017 via mobile

Simply amazed by the number of Locomotives, Freight cars, Passenger cars and Cabooses there are to see, especially the ones you have access too. While there make sure to see their wonderful Model Railroad. The gentleman there is very knowledgeable about both local railroads and...More

Thank RetArmyNCO
Reviewed July 23, 2017

The fellow running this place (his name is Watermelon) is a 96 year old former conductor and WW2 veteran. He is a real person and will give you the verbal history of trains and railroads and other relevant facts. The artifacts and displays are first...More

2  Thank honest316
Reviewed May 17, 2017 via mobile

Such a wonderful tour by Mr "Watermelon." Have never seen so much railroad memorabilia in one place. He knows all the China patterns from the dining cars. Almost anything railroad. He has 15 cabooses plus engine and others. At 96 years of age he is...More

1  Thank Ray H
Reviewed March 18, 2017

We have driven from the OKC area to Enid for 2 years in a row just to visit the Railroad Museum of Oklahoma. The collection of train memorabilia is amazing. The model trains are the best I've ever seen. My 10 year old son has...More

Thank Ursus_2
Reviewed November 29, 2016

We were so lucky to visit the museum and be introduced to Mr. 'Watermelon' Campbell. He knows everything. He answered my goofy questions as well as my train knowledgeable cousins very detailed questions. He is in the pictures, on the certificates, he is Mr. Train!...More

Thank Heidi S
Reviewed November 5, 2016 via mobile

Ages 10-58 years old, 6 of us. In general I'd gage our family as having a minimal interest in trains. Yet We found this a great way to spend $5 a person and 2 hours. Anything and everything about trains, what was used in trains,...More

Thank Jon D
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August 9, 2015|
Response from jmsweeny | Reviewed this property |
I believe it was about $5.00 per person and kids are probably free.
August 9, 2015|
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Response from Bradest1117 |
The museum tour is $5 per person. It is a good museum for all ages.