Address

3595 Peachtree Rd, Duluth, GA 30096

Hours


Contact Info

(770) 476-2013


The museum was founded in 1970 by the Atlanta Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society. There are over 90 pieces of rolling stock exhibited on the 30-acre site. In 2000, the museum was given the title of being Georgia's official transportation history museum, and the collection of exhibits continues to diversify to reflect this.

In addition to the rolling stock there is a wide variety of railroad artifacts and an extensive archive. The grounds also contain the restored 1871 Duluth passenger train depot, a G16/Park train ride, and a model railroad housed in Building 1. Visitors can also take a brief train ride on restored cabooses over track which runs the length of the property.

Admission:
Adults $18
Seniors (65+) $15
Children (2-12) $12

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Yelp Reviews

4 stars

My husband and I love trains so this was a very pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. A short train ride is included with your ticket. It's not exciting... Read Full Review

We were in town for a wedding and had some free time. This is a good place to spend a couple of ours. My takeaway was how lucky we are today to have such... Read Full Review

Great place to spend a day with the kids. You can see and touch trains. Take a short train ride or ride an antique small train. History everywhere Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 144 traveler reviews

Interesting

I know it is not inexpensive to run restoration museums, but felt the admission price would have been $5.00 less. Good experience, though and would likely still go should I visit the area again. Read Full Review

Nice Train Museum

Visited here on a lovely Fall Saturday in October. The collection is nice, but on the smaller side. If you are a train buff, it's more like the North Carolina Transportation Museum than something big... Read Full Review

Great place to spend a day

Great place to spend a day. You can see lots of trains, touch them and even go inside them. They have a short ride on the big train and a ride on the little antique park train. Lots of fun and very... Read Full Review

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