Was a bit confused over the time choices on the board above the cashier station. The young woman who appeared to be in charge was not helpful. She was downright sour. We paid $30 for three tickets, only to find out we had just bought a time slot for something we could not do because we had a tour to get to. She was unmoved and did not even tell us where to go to start the basic tour. Her helper was more gracious and told us which door to go through. There was very little to see or do at the Railroad Museum, okay if you want to see the inside of boxcars. We spent perhaps 15 minutes there. Had the pleasure of chatting with an employee outside, who told us they were trying to raise money for the museum to do more things. My suggestion is fire the young woman we encountered and get some better reps to convince donors you deserve the money.
If you go, plan to be outside in the heat to see the actual "museum" and to wait 45 minutes to an hour for the attraction they give you. You can go back across the street and visit the History Museum if you want to pay $17 for a ticket to the three museums at the Visitors Center. That would be a better plan than the one we chose. The History Museum looked interesting and the gift shop cashier there was very nice.
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