Museum Hours: 10AM to 5PM. Open Daily. ~ Call: 409-765-5700

Galveston Museum Day

January 27 & 28

  • January 27, 2024
  • 9:00 am

GALVESTON, TX – You’re invited to an immersive experience at the Galveston Railroad Museum on Galveston
Museum Day, January 27 & 28, and enjoy 2 for 1 admission. Located at 2602 Santa Fe Place, parking is

Enjoy a day of family fun for hands-on infotainment. Our railyard is 5 acres of opportunity of interactive
learning exhibits where guests are invited to board historic railcars and enjoy the pristinely restored 1932 train
depot. Feel, learn and enjoy the phenomenal technology of the golden age of rail. Self-guided tours allow a
unique and unhurried experience for all ages.

Exhibits include Traveling on a City at Sea: The Story of the Battleship Texas, Dining in Style: Railroad
Porcelain China and Silver Collection, The Orphan Train, Model Train Displays, rare collection of railroad
calendars and memorabilia including belt buckles, rail ties, the History of the Pullman Porter and interactive
rail signals. Operate the railroad simulator to try your hand at being an engineer and ring the bell in the Garden
of Steam. There’s a lot to do for all ages!

Located in the heart of the historic Strand, visitors may enter from either The Strand or at 2602 Santa Fe Place.
Open daily 10 am – 5 pm, the museum offers amazing photo opportunities. We encourage you to post your
pics on social media and share with us on Facebook at Galveston Railroad Museum, and @galvrrmuseum. You
will see tractors, Ghosts of Travelers Past, the alabaster statues representing rail passengers from the past,
and enjoy a vintage telephone booth where you can lift the handset to overhear conversations shared by
depot travelers. It’s all fun.

History comes alive at the Galveston Railroad Museum. Galveston Museum Day, January 27 & 28. Become a
member and enjoy Member benefits year- round. Admission Adults $12, Seniors $9, Military complimentary
admission, Ages 3 – 12 years, $6, Ages 2 & Under Free. Strollers welcome. No pets, please. For more
information go to (409) 765-5700.