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Toronto Railway Museum, Toronto

(2.9/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
Discover more about the city and surrounding area's locomotive history at Toronto Railway Museum. Set up in 2010 with the purpose of preserving and displaying the legacy of rail transport in Toronto and Ontario, the museum creates an interactive experience with attractions such as a railway simulator. Explore the comprehensive collection of train artifacts before heading to the gift shop to pick up a train-themed memento. Use our Toronto vacation trip planner to visit Toronto Railway Museum on your trip to Toronto, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • The outside has a steam engine and two diesels as well as other vintage railway cars which is free to the public. You can also go into the small museum for five dollars and look at a great collection ...  more »
  • The Museum is large enough, a lot of the exhibits from the first locomotives to more recent models. Happily revered descriptions of all trains and cars. All vehicles looks good, refurbished. In General, there is something to see both kids and adults.
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  • Previous reviewers are right in the this museum can be visited in 15 minutes. That said, if you have a kiddo plan on 30m minimum. Just a great stop right outside the Tower and team Whistle to spend so...  more »
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  • Coolest collection of rail cars.This is nice place to sit and relax and to breathe some fresh air in the downtown area if Toronto.Love this place.. Nice view to cn tower.
  • That might be my son's favourite spot in town. He loves trains, Thomas & friends, brio, all kinds of trains. He enjoys riding their little steam train. It costs $3.5 for an adult and $2.5 for a kid. A 5 minutes ride always makes my son's day.
  • We stopped by this attraction because it's right across the Aquarium and the CN tower that we were going. Nothing special but it's free (at least the outside portion) and it was cool to walk around and explain to our son how the roundhouse worked. A must if you are a train enthusiast.
  • My family and I stopped in on our last trip and the kids really enjoyed it, especially my son who loved trains.
  • The museum is not big, but it is nice to pay a visit. The miniature train ride is fun for kids and grow ups alike.