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Railroad Museum Of New England

242 East Main Street
860-283-7245

The Railroad Museum of New England, Inc. (RMNE) is a not-for-profit educational and historical organization that dates back to January 1968. The mission of the Railroad Museum of New England is to tell the story of the region’s rich railroad heritage through our educational exhibits and operation of the Naugatuck Railroad. The museum concept is more than artifacts, it's also a story of the region and the development of society around the railroad.



Reviews

Randy Gile

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Sunday, July 8, 2018
Wonderful little museum. Able to go in yard and enter a locomotive and caboose. The train ride was worth every penny. Affordable and fun for the kids. The crew was there to assist and answer any questions. Overall a great experience.

m lou

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Small scenic ride through town.......but was very informative on the history. Wish it could have been a little longer but for the price it wasn't bad. It was a nice Father's day gift to my husband while we were here working nearby.

Chelsea Wilson

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Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018
An amazing scenic train ride and reasonably priced rides. Awesome! I will be coming back!!

Sophia John

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Monday, June 11, 2018
Visted the Railroad Museum on CT open house day on a discounted price. It was worth every penny. The train ride to Fascia and the chocolate tour were fantastic. We also had an opportunity to see some of the old trains.

Michael Sisko

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Monday, March 26, 2018
Visited the Railroad museum, with a 5 year old boy, the weekend before Easter for the "Easter Bunny Express" event. He enjoyed himself but was skeptical of the easter bunnies authenticity. So if he was 6 he probably would've been too old to enjoy this event. The staff was incredibly kind and pleasant and sweet. Dealing with a trainload full of little kids can be hectic but they were all so graceful. The ride was scenic and enjoyable for a Grandmother, Uncle, and Grandson. The only downside is there were no bathrooms on the train so to the frequent users, be ware.

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