Hours and Admission

The museum is open ON SUMMER WEEKENDS ONLY.
From the May (Victoria Day) long weekend to the September (Labour Day) long weekend.

 

HOURS: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ADMISSION: (As of April 1, 2018)

  • Adults – $10.00
  • Students (13-17 years) and Seniors (65+) – $8.00
  • Children (3-12 years) – $5.00
  • Children under 3 – Free
  • Family (2 adults plus 3 children) – $30

RIDES:

  • Train rides – $5.00 (when available)
  • Speeder (Motor car) rides – $3.00 (when available)

NOTES FOR VISITORS: 

  • Our locomotives and trains run only on long weekends and at the top of every hour from 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Speeder rides are offered on regular weekends
  • Please note that sandals and open toed shoes are not suitable for the walking tour due to boardwalk sidewalks and grate step ladders into the cars. 
  • Visit our gift shop for unique train and vintage-type items, chips, candy, and refreshments. Debit, Visa and MasterCard accepted. We do not take American Express.
  • We no longer accept $100 bills due to the fraudulent/counterfeits floating around.
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NEW MUSEUM POLICY:

NO SMOKING of any type is allowed anywhere on the museum grounds.  This includes the museum’s parking lot. Thank you for your cooperation.

Since the museum is an industrial site, for the safety of your dog, and for the safety of our other visitors, please leave your dog at home. Service dogs are of course welcome.

Rail Safety

All visitors are reminded that this is an industrial site and that proper footwear is necessary. Please obey all warning signs, DO NOT CLIMB on the equipment and pay attention to uneven entrances in display cars. Visitors ride on equipment at their own risk.

OPERATION LIFESAVER

The Museum supports the efforts of Canada’s railways to promote safety. We highly recommend that our guests also visit the Operation Lifesaver website. There you’ll find more information about rail safety, including in-person presentations, videos, and other resources.