3595 Peachtree Rd, Duluth, GA 30096


Contact Info

(770) 476-2013

Modified Hours and Information:
Friday 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM and Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM. Starting May 6 we will continue our growth by opening on Thursday 10 AM to 5 PM as a pilot program.
All guests must wear masks.

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.

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


Yelp Reviews

4 stars

I brought my small family here today and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. My two year old had an absolute blast seeing all of the old trains, waking through... Read Full Review

My toddler loved this place, although its better suited for the bigger kid (or adult who loves trains). A good number of old trains to check out, but some... Read Full Review

How odd, this place sits right near my dad's place and I never knew it existed until last year. Yes, it is kinda hard to find, which is weird to say bc they... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.0 stars Based on 137 traveler reviews

A lot of history

Attended the Trains, Trucks, and Tractors event. Had a great time. A lot of history. Lots of artifacts and well preserved. Great Staff. Very nice gift shop. Off the beaten path. If you're in the... Read Full Review

Final made it here! ( and well worth it)

On my forth try I was finally in Duluth on a date/time that the museum was open. A number of train cars (passenger/caboose/locomotives) that you can walk thru. There is also a 1:1 train that gives... Read Full Review

It's a fascinating place

It's not a big, fancy commercial place. It's just a collection of old railway and other transportation memorabilia maintained by a non-profit organization and volunteers. If you're a fan of old... Read Full Review

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