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My husband and I stopped at the museum to look at all the Christmas Trees on display. It was $5 each to get in. It was a Monday afternoon so we had the museum to ourselves. The trees are what got us there but the...More
What an awesome museum! I spent a very enjoyable hour and a half here on my own, just exploring. They have different kinds of exhibits, which I liked—from photos and signs to trains you can enter and look through, every part of the museum is...More
This is a friendly and enjoyable museum for everyone. It was so interesting to tour the trains and read railroad history. There is a very nice photography exhibit showcasing steam engine travel.
We went during the time when the Pumpkin Train was running. There were...More
Went there on Oct 5th 2018... but had to come back due to the lack of good weather.it's hard to take digital photos in the rain.Came back Oct 6th 2018 for more favorable conditions to take photos inside or out. After purchasing my ticket to...More
This is a low key but great experience for anyone interested in transportation history and especially trains. There is a room full of tremendous photos. I really enjoy exhibits that allow you to touch and experience the displays. The railroad museum allows you to climb...More
This deceptively modest museum packs a Big Boy punch. The highlights for me were they well restored engines in the "train barn." One was the Big Boy, they largest steam engine ever produced. Over a million pounds. Like seeing the Apollo rocket of the steam...More
There's a lot of info scattered throughout the forum about things to do, places to see, how to get tickets etc. (Some answers to that are: Lambeau, Bay Beach, The National Railroad Museum; consider Door County, spend two days at least to see a game, Green Bay and the Packer sites; Stub-Hub or Ticket Master or find a nice season ticket holder). But there's not as much about what to expect regarding the game itself. FOOD: Recently someone was asking about tailgating, but coming on a bus to a...More