The Chehalis Centralia Railroad & Museum, Chehalis

(4.1/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
The Chehalis Centralia Railroad & Museum is located in Chehalis. See The Chehalis Centralia Railroad & Museum and all Chehalis has to offer by arranging your trip with our Chehalis family vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The trip is enjoyable and not terribly scenic. It is simply a steam train ride. Children are thrilled and we take our grand kids once a year just to watch them enjoy it. Go on a day that you can ride ...  more »
  • The steam train ride was a really fun experience and great for parents with small children. The steam train offers a concession stand and a view of the land from Chehalis to Adna. My kids were given s...  more »
  • Four of us travelled from Victoria BC, Canada to Chehalis to ride that steam train! It's our 3rd steam train ride (others in BC,) in 3 years. This was more quaint than Kettle Creek Valley or Port Albe...  more »
Google
  • Awesome place for steam train lovers. Just hit 100 years today!
  • Fun for the whole family good activitie to use up a couple of hours
  • Great experience for young and old!
  • Good customer service
  • Awesome! A real steam locomotive ride. Hard to say who enjoyed it more, me or my two-year old son. The really special part was that since it wasn't too crowded, we got to climb into the locomotive with the engineer before the trip. Evening ride turned out beautifully - sunny, with views of pastures, cows, horses, and the river. We even saw two bald eagles nesting where we turned back. To get back, the locomotive uncouples, chugs back past the passengers on a side track, then pulls up and reconnects from the back to pull us back to the station. Everyone was friendly and we had a great ride. It is noisy, though - the whistle is very loud, and they blow it at every crossing. I was glad I had brought my son's earmuffs, and wished I had brought my own earplugs.