Train Excursions at National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, WI

Train Excursions at National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, WI

Bring the past into the future with 77 pieces of railroad rolling stock. The 'Dwight D. Eisenhower' World War II train, the Union Pacific 'Big Boy' and the Rock Island 'Aerotrain' are but a few of the Museum's historic collection.


In addition, enjoy a ride behind vintage diesel locomotives or be entertained in the theater with one of many railroad-theme video presentations, plus 'Thomas the Tank Engine'.

Pullman Porter: From Service to Civil Rights exhibit is the first in a series of Museum projects to a broader discussion of the impact of rail upon American history and culture. Using the latest digital technology as well as the most current methods of museum exhibition, the exhibit, Museum staff have developed a compelling exhibit that tells the story of a group of men who worked America’s rail lines for nearly 100 years. Also offer store for unique and popular gift offerings.

Direction: National Railroad Museum for Train Excursions in the city of Green Bay - Brown County ( Northeast WI)

Location

National Railroad Museum
2285 S. Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54304-4832
United States
Phone: 
(920) 437 - 7623
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Email contact: http://www.nationalrrmuseum.org/en-Us/contact/default.aspx

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