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We got to see 4 trains while we were there including a passenger train. The kids got to watch how passengers embarked and disembarked from each car. Each section we visited was educational and lots of fun for these little kids to explore and play....More
We took our three kids (3 y.o., 2 y.o., and 8 month old). They had a great time! There’s a room with Thomas train tracks and trains on a kid-level shelf - that alone entertained my 2 y.o. for 20+ minutes. Both of my kids...More
I took my 6 year old son here and he had a blast! Robert, who pretty much does everything here, was so knowledgeable and friendly. He was great with my son and had him really interested in the material. There are different colored paths to...More
So actually this museum is part of a train station. I went in and asked for tickets and the woman at the counter thought I was buying tickets for the train and directed me to a vending machine. I went back to her and said...More
A great concept museum with the potential to add to the re-birth of the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.
Great interactive stations reliving the history of the railroad and its contributions to opening the West.
On a whim, I searched items in Martinsburg just because it's still in a 1.5 hour radius of the DC area. This museum came up and boy am I glad it did. I took my two boys here for 2.5 hours and they had a...More