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Cookeville Depot Museum

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116 W Broad St, Cookeville, TN 38501-2462
+1 931-528-8570
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Really nice

It was really nice place to visit got yo go in all the train cars and took pictures there was and... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Theresa G
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Great Spot for Photos

A few friends and I created a music video recently, featuring the Cookeville Depot Museum as part... read more

Reviewed March 15, 2017
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116 W Broad St, Cookeville, TN 38501-2462
+1 931-528-8570
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It was really nice place to visit got yo go in all the train cars and took pictures there was and old fashion ice cream poplar across the street and it had tables out side by the trains to sit and the old train depot

Thank Theresa G
Reviewed March 15, 2017

A few friends and I created a music video recently, featuring the Cookeville Depot Museum as part of the background. Excellent location to get a scoop at the Ice Creamery across the street and play with the trains up close!

1  Thank Donald Ryan D
Reviewed January 16, 2017

This museum is very small and won't take much time. The displays and photos that are available do present an interesting history of railroading in the area. The primary asset for this museum was the friendly caretaker who was able to answer questions and provide...More

Thank WestSideGal
Reviewed January 8, 2017

What fun to climb on actual train cars as well as see a model train layout inside the depot. Also in the Depot we found actual equipment used in when it was a working deport. This was a wonderful place to take the grandkids for...More

1  Thank 5ma2015
Reviewed November 30, 2016

The museum is cute and hosts many exhibits about rail travel in Cookeville's past. There is a staem engine and a couple of cabooses on the tracks outside the museum.

1  Thank Carroll G
Reviewed November 10, 2016

I recommend visiting while in town this is a great historical location to spend a little time...there is also a few great restaurants close.

2  Thank InsuranceSales
Reviewed October 19, 2016

Nice displays excellent staff, telling the history of Cookeville area, and all survives on donations. Well worth a visit.

1  Thank DandridgeKen
Reviewed October 18, 2016

This is a great place to take kids. It is also a really good place to take pictures for anything, graduation, engagement, family etc.

Thank klabarnes
Reviewed September 7, 2016

The historic committee has done an outstanding job on the depot. A place where everyone can get a history lesson inside the depot.

Thank Sue R
Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

The Cookeville Depot is a classic stop in downtown Cookeville. Little kids love exploring the trains. It's a great place for family photos. It's really close to all the cool restaurants downtown and not far from Dogwood park. We've been many times and my boys...More

1  Thank LilBBTennessee
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Is there an admission fee?
June 25, 2015|
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Response from alan38501 | Reviewed this property |
The Depot Museum along with Cream City (across the street) and the Cookeville/Putnam county heritage museum (1 1/2 blocks west) are all free and open to the public. Also the farmers market is just around the corner.