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“Train Lovers Paradise”

Southeastern Railway Museum
Ranked #3 of 25 things to do in Duluth
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed November 22, 2012

This is a must visit for lovers of trains. Kids of all ages can climb around on lots of equipment. The prices are very reasonable and help the foundation to purchase more equipment for the museum. When I visited, they were adding some rides for children.

Thank WAG923
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Reviewed October 30, 2012

I stayed in Duluth, Ga for several days to see friends and this Museum. And stayed for "four hours" I had a lot of fun walking in old railroad cars and some engines. And the old Marta buses were also fun to be able to get onboard. This museum isn't far from I-85 N/S and the price is right my Adult ticket was only $8.00

1  Thank itellitlikeitis
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Reviewed September 27, 2012

Just attended my grandson's 3rd birthday party here & it was great! There is a special car they use for parties so you can set up food/cake. Nothing fancy, just a place where the general public can't access. The museum is run by volunteers and they are all very knowledgeable. There are many old railway cars that you can walk through as well as buses, taxis, etc. from the era. You can also see track equipment, the inside of a depot, china from dining cars........ This is really worth the time, if you care about trains or history.

1  Thank frdallen
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Reviewed August 22, 2012

we arrived with our grandson around 4.00 pm on a wednesday. cost for 2 seniors and a 2 year old... $17. seems like a lot sice the kiddy train wasn't operating, the gift shop closed at 4.30 and they closed up at 5.00. i wish someone had told us we didn't have much time and there was no kiddie train ride. some nice rolling stock, nice displays esp. the real china and silverware from delta, eastern and TWA from the 60's. overall, no big deal. i'd skip it.

2  Thank alfnot1111
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Reviewed July 2, 2012

If you like trains at all, you will love this gem. Run and maintained by volunteers, everyone was willing to provide information and answers to questions. Will take a little over an hour to see everything, got a short free train ride. Price was well worth the visit.

Thank Todd R
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