Lovely place! Lots of trains to see and things to explore. The entry is free and it’s a very interesting and visual place for children. My son enjoyed exploring the trains, you can go on board and loo...
Fantastic place to go. Having heard for first time in a Columbo’ s episode, this a place that surely you would enjoy, above all if you are a train fanatic. It is free of charge and plenty space to par...
The ancient trains, locomotives, maintenance, and tours added together to make this an interesting site to visit. Not far from Griffith Observatory, it has some of every kind of passenger car includin...
We spent about an hour here. Great that entrance was free, but the miniature train ride wasn't (and for 4 tickets it's quite expensive compared to other rides of a similar nature). Lots of old train...
We had visited a few months earlier, but my wife was tired then and we didn’t see it all, so we came back to see the rest. My wife hung out in the large building that shelters some of the rail equipme...
Train rides and experience breath life into each youngster's fantasy. A place brimming with history and transportation investigation, Travel Town Museum generally is a place for the entire family to essentially have some good times. Admission and parking are constantly complimentary. What's more, bear in mind to definitely carry home the enjoyment with trinkets from the blessing shop situated nearby. Look at a huge range of historical transportation including old trains, historic fighter jets, antiquated fire trucks, tank wagons, pretty carnival wagons, and one-horse shays. Travel Town Museum is the Holy Grail for any and each transportation and history enthusiast.
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