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Went on Sat afternoon. Unorganized building. No one greeted us. Signs about cats plus a cat tower IN the room. Random furniture. Office/library haphazardly kept. 2 ladies were seated on the far side of the room. Never looked up or said anything. No one was...More
My kids loved the friendly cats - Big Red, Flash, Charles, Duke .... just to name a few. That alone was worth the trip. We were at an event at convention center and this was close enough to kill some time.
When we came we missed the hours so we ended up walking around the property. Lots of interesting things to see - the tracks, the trolleys and buildings. It doesn’t look well maintained though (a reviewer commented that the place is staff by volunteers so...More
I arrived after the stated opening time but did not see anyone other than a grass cutter. The door to the trolley barn was open so I did get to see them but the door to the inside of the building was locked. I was...More
This was cute. We're not entirely sure if we actually saw the museum or not, since the part we went into was a little sketchy. There was another building that looked like it had a gift shop, but we never made it that far before...More
Hard to find, lousy parking, not well maintained, trolley "ride" sat around for extended periods of time. Twenty- five minute ride was an unenjoyable 55 minutes long, but didn't want to get off and walk back to my car.
My 15 yr old son enjoyed climbing on the old train cars. We did not see any old trolley's at the trolley museum, nor was there anybody there. The buildings were all locked up as well and it was during the day. As we were...More
We were in Fort Smith and wandered down to the museum (plenty of free parking). Trolley was about to go so missed the museum. Paid the conductor $4 each and off we went. Loads of local historic stories and fairly interesting. Museum in the middle...More