“One of the oldest Railroad history museums around!”
The National Railroad Museum is a railroad museum located in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin, in suburban Green Bay. The museum is one of the oldest institutions in the United States dedicated to preserving and interpreting the nation's railroad history. It was founded in 1956 by community volunteers in Green Bay.
Great stop for any train buff. Great for kids as well. Many engines and cars you can walk through. Allow 1 hour if you have small kids, and longer if you are a train history buff.
Great place to take kids for an hour or two. Membership is not much more than admission if you live in the area. You can go on most of the trains which is the best part. If you go for Thomas, Pumpkin Ride, or Polar Express they have a ton of activities beyond just a train ride.
Nice museum. Friendly staff! Nice place for train buffs and people with children! Great that you can actually get onto the trains and look around and see what they were like.
I never had an interest in trains, but took my young daughter, who was a huge Thomas the Train fan. It was fascinating! I learned so much, and my kids love it. We ended up getting a membership, so we could go for train rides, and spend more time there. They do have a little kids play area outside, and great special events. I do agree though, if you want to take time to read the histories and make it an educational visit, go there sometime without children.
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