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We took our grandson here as he needed to run off some two-year-old energy ! He had a great time climbing on all the trains - and got to ring an engine bell on one of the trains. The indoor miniature train exhibit is fabulous...More
Loved this railroad museum. It has engines of course but so do other railroad museums. But Galveston lets you see the different classes of carriages and sit in them. And it was fascinating to see the china, cutlery and place settings of the different railroads....More
Love love love this place! It is as fascinating for the older folks as it is for the children! It is fun getting a look at the old train cars and engines, the cranes and dinner cars....and you can go aboard a lot of them....More
This is the actual headquarters of the old Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railroad which became the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad. They have several real steam engines, Pulman cars and other relics of days gone by. Anyone interested in railroads, and especially the...More
This is a fun place to spend a portion of a day, especially if you love trains. The gift shop is in the old depot. Lots of different train cars to see, although an infusion of money would probably help with their upkeep.
We really enjoyed the museum. There were lots of trains that we could climb aboard and look around. Extremely interesting to see how the wealthy travelled during the 20s, 30s and 40s.
The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable and the shop had some very...More
In all my trips to Galveston, I had never been here till this one. GREAT! The china/silver display made me drool and if you love model trains, the display room will knock your socks off. Kids (big and little) will love it!
Had 20 month old and a 7 year old, in our group.
It was raining. Pouring rain.
This was an excellent choice. Seems to be designed with kids in mind. Very kid friendly.
Had to be really short people to sleep in those train beds....More