A nostalgic glimpse into railroading’s glorious past awaits your group at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
You’ll discover a fascinating, world-class collection of more than 100 historic locomotives and rail cars, as well as the art, artifacts and captivating personal stories of Pennsylvania’s rich railroad heritage. You can sit in an engineer’s seat, explore a caboose, inspect a 62-ton locomotive from underneath, walk through an early 20th century replica passenger depot and experience interactive exhibits, designed for the young and young at heart.
The Railroad Museum is a favorite, year-round destination for people of all ages. Consider visiting the Railroad Museum during one of our scheduled special events. And, be sure to allow time to browse the Whistle Stop Shop museum store, with its variety of unique railroading gifts and collectibles. Nearby attractions, shopping, fine dining and comfortable lodging complement your group’s experience at the Railroad Museum.
You’ll take advantage of substantial discounts on group rates—with additional discounts for volume buyers—and complimentary admission for your group escort and bus driver. Convenient boarding and ample bus parking are available on site.
Located in the heart of Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch country, a Railroad Museum group excursion fits easily into a day trip from the metropolitan areas of Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, DC and New York City. Or, extend your stay in the area and enjoy Lancaster County’s many heritage sites, quaint, historic towns and lush, scenic farmlands. The town of Strasburg boasts many fine merchants and more original 18th century homes than Colonial Williamsburg.
The Railroad Museum is accessible to individuals with disabilities and accommodates special needs upon request. Advance reservations are required. Cash, company check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted as payment, due at the time of your tour.
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