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The Alberta Railway Museum

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24215 34 St NW | Londonderry Postal Outlet #70014, Edmonton, Alberta T5Y 6B4, Canada
+1 780-472-6229
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A place with lots of trains, engines -A very good spot for the short trip!

This is a very good place for a short trip! Kids will enjoy. Small train rides for 3$!. The staffs... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Alaguraja
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Las Vegas, Nevada
A great way to spend an afternoon

Took our 6 & 9 year old grandsons and they really enjoyed it. Lots of info on the railway in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
sewniceca
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Edmonton, Canada
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  • Average5%
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24215 34 St NW | Londonderry Postal Outlet #70014, Edmonton, Alberta T5Y 6B4, Canada
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+1 780-472-6229
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a very good place for a short trip! Kids will enjoy. Small train rides for 3$!. The staffs are friendly. But should have more information on how to navigate! i recommend this place is good for families, kids and teens!

Thank Alaguraja
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took our 6 & 9 year old grandsons and they really enjoyed it. Lots of info on the railway in Alberta. Very interesting. The kids liked going into the trains and seeing all the different types. The highlight was the little Speeder ride at the...More

Thank sewniceca
Reviewed 16 June 2017

A wonderful and fun place to visit. I really enjoyed the visit and it was especially interesting to hear about Alberta history from the two young boys. They were great story tellers, and even changed hats and used a different accent when reading the different...More

Thank Enid S
Reviewed 20 May 2017

I have been meaning to come here for awhile and made the trip today on the opening day of their season. Overall pretty impressive for what they do entirely with volunteer work. There is clearly much work to be done but with volunteers you can...More

Thank Kiwibirdman
Reviewed 23 November 2016 via mobile

I went with my two teen daughters and my mom and dad (and my dads little dog). They let us take the dog either carried or on a leash everywhere, including the short train ride! We went the day after a rain storm and it...More

Thank Sherry K
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This is a fully interactive museum. You can walk through almost every train car. You can ride the speeder or one of the trains as well. Wheelchair's are a lot harder to get around but kids can learn a lot there too.

Thank James P
Reviewed 24 July 2016

Had a wonderful time here. The museum is great and guides a very knowledgeable. Hard to believe this is run by volunteers. Enjoyed the old cars and the history of them. Great ride and a great time!

Thank 773hungrygirl
Reviewed 9 April 2016

We went here with several adults and two children. There were bits of fun for everybody. It gets busy during days when events are close by, such as fairs. The 'staff', which are all volunteers have been super friendly. We learned a lot about the...More

1  Thank Julie M
Reviewed 19 March 2016

We took my toddler up to see the trains (and his train loving Dad). This is a hidden gem just north of Edmonton. Admission is inexpensive, it is not overly busy (we could let the toddler run!) and there is lots to see. From working...More

1  Thank LB1982
Reviewed 19 November 2015

Have never seen such a great collection for historic trains! If you love history and nostalgia, this is the place. The volunteers/society that maintain these treasures can tell you a lot of stories. They keep the place running and are there to help you/inform you....More

Thank Loretta L
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CanadianTravelsWelch
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Response from Julie M | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, the museum itself isn't hard to get around. Getting on and off the train might be difficult for the mobility challenged, but the train is a nice ride and has wide seats. Not a ton of walking, it is about the... More
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