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Nevada State Railroad Museum, Boulder City

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4.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
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  • Although there is no railway is worth a visit. It offers interesting insights into the railway history of the United States.
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  • We had a great time at the museum, we rode the excursion, looked at the equipment. It as a great ride, you can even ride in the caboose, or in the locomotive! They even have a program where you can op...  read more »
  • We visited the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City, We were the only ones there. We thought the variety of train cars one could see was quite good. Its free to visit. They do provide for one ...  read more »
  • We've been coming here since my son was 2-hes now 9 and still loves it. Especially on little steamer days. Great place to visit and great price. Come check it out. Worth the drive.
  • I love this place. I have been twice with my grandson. The first time we walked through the trains that you can board, such as the Railway Express mail car. We road the train up the highway and back and then rode a smaller train to the boneyard. This year's ridebwasbjust before Easter. We rode the train again. The children colored pictures, made crafty wooden easter eggs, heard an Easter story all while on the big train. We rode to the boneyard where free activities were set up, and you could pay a little extra to participate in an Easter egg hunt. This year a smaller outdoor train was added. This RR Museum and trains are run by volunteers, and some of the nicest most dedicated folks I've met.
  • Great fun very reasonable price.
  • Nice little Rail Road museum. Tickets are 10 dollars a person. Nice little train ride. Then a free train ride to the old bone yard after you ride the big train. They have little train layouts in one of the train cars. Very affordable and fun to go to.
  • The train ride was great for myself and lil' companion of 41/2 years old. We were of the very few who rode the caboose which was great especially heading back. All should give it try especially with the grands or whomever. They will never forget :-)
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