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Housed in the former Central of Georgia Railway Roundhouse and Repair Shops Complex at Savannah, the Georgia State Railroad Museum exhibits a collection of historic, restored rolling stock and interprets the history of railroading in the state of...more
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Although this place gets good reviews I was terribly unimpressed. It was exepsive for what you got. We arrived at 3:30 and missed the last tour so we didn't get inside the executive rail cars. The locomotive collection was most small yard "goats" or diesel...More
I am not a train lover but it was really interesting. I think the most interesting items was the tours that were done outside. I would have loved to see the inside of some of the executive cars but we were not there when that...More
It was perhaps unfortunate that on the day that I went they were setting up for the Savannah Food and Wine festival so there were no guided tours. The upside of this was that entry was free. It was disappointing that the railroad history video...More
My husband and I really enjoyed looking at all of the trains. I was disappointed to find that the tour only went through three trains and just kind of ended after that. We wandered around and found a small building filled with model trains, which...More
We took the tour. It allowed us to enter the railcars used by the higher ups at the time. Only two but I surely could see myself traveling in them. Then on to tour the common folk cars. Oh what a difference. Wanted to hear...More
My interest in railroads is from my childhood. My grandfather was a train conductor and I remember riding cross country with my family in the 50s. The authentic roundhouse gives a clear picture of how it worked. A young man offered us a tour of...More
We spent a good three hours at the museum. It was atmospheric, informative and relaxed. I may even go back for another amble round. The guides were enthusiastic and committed. Well done all round. If you like trains, industrial history... then this is the place...More
Response from Emily_Beck | Property representative |
We offer guided tours 10:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:00. Site Tours by Train are currently at 11:00, 11:30, 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00. You are not required to view the orientation film. We also have a playroom called Locomotion Lab... More
We offer guided tours 10:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:00. Site Tours by Train are currently at 11:00, 11:30, 1:00, 2:00, and 3:00. You are not required to view the orientation film. We also have a playroom called Locomotion Lab with a train table and other toys, plus a model train room--perfect for little ones!