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Cookeville Depot Museum, Cookeville

(4.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A few friends and I created a music video recently, featuring the Cookeville Depot Museum as part of the background. Excellent location to get a scoop at the Ice Creamery across the street and play wi...  more »
  • This museum is very small and won't take much time. The displays and photos that are available do present an interesting history of railroading in the area. The primary asset for this museum was the f...  more »
  • What fun to climb on actual train cars as well as see a model train layout inside the depot. Also in the Depot we found actual equipment used in when it was a working deport. This was a wonderful plac...  more »
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  • Love this place. It's a short stop on a tour of Cookeville with very friendly, knowledgeable staff. Get an ice cream cone across the street and stroll through this place some day. Not bad. Entry is always FREE.
  • If you want a hands-on learning opportunity about Cookeville's role in the Tennessee Central Railroad, this is the place to go. The 509 is renovated with a viewing panel, and Cream City Ice Cream is right across the road. Check out Ralph's just south on S Cedar for Tennessee's best donuts
  • They have all kinds of events here to engage the community. We went to Movie night for Halloween.
  • It's actually a pretty nice little place. It gives a little bit about history and seems decently maintained!
  • Such a fun and historic place on our town!!