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Southeastern Railway Museum

3595 Peachtree Rd, Duluth, GA 30096 View Map

SRM features 90 items of rolling stock including historic Pullman cars and classic steam locomotives. Ride in restored cabooses behind steam or diesel locomotives or pose on the platform of the private car "Superb" once used by President Warren G. Harding.

Kids from all ages can enjoy climbing onto a "choo-choo" train and other railway vehicles. Take a ride on a smaller scale passenger train or check out one of the many fun events at the Southeastern Railway Museum. In December, don't miss the Polar Express Experience, which is a special viewing of the movie with Santa in your PJs!

See website for additional seasonal openings.


Contact Info

(770) 476-2013

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
4.0 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 120 traveler reviews

Nice for the train buff

This is an all volunteer organization. The ticket seller & the train conductor were very helpful in answering my questions. I was told the site was the location of an out-of-business train car... Read Full Review

Great indoor out door train museam.

We love this place. The people that work there are super nice and super informative. Love the trains, buses and vehicles outside that the kids can climb on. The train ride is a little short but... Read Full Review

Walk through history

Great for kids! A walk through history where you can touch and climb. Doesn't look like much from the outside but once you step inside - wow. Read Full Review

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Yelp Reviews

4 stars on Yelp Based on 16 traveler reviews

The Southeastern Railway Museum definitely flies under the radar, or in this case, chugs along under the radar. I'm pretty sure I heard about it from a... Read Full Review

This place is really cute! It's a hidden gem in Duluth..never thought to come here but I'm glad I did! This place showcases trains from 1950-1960s and... Read Full Review

Admissions typically cost $10? (I can't remember and their site sucks), but the significant other and I went on Museum Day Live so it was free. Wear... Read Full Review

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