Toy Train Museum at Right Track to a Cure for Pancreatic Cancer, Lake Lure
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  • Visiting with Peggy made the "chance" stop delightful! Experiencing the trains was an added bonus! The train exhibits are interactive and Peggy's knowledge of trains is exceptional. High recommendatio...  more »
  • We visited the Right Track Train Museum with our family including 4 children. The toddlers were crazy for the train room set up, pushing buttons and squealing with delight as the trains raced by. The ...  more »
  • We totally enjoyed our visit to this delightful shop and were allowed to get hands on with some of the village and scenery that surround the train tracks. We were traveling with a 2 year old and he wa...  more »
  • The whole family enjoyed watching all the trains run the tracks and fly through the tunnels. There's a nice selection of antique toys trains as well. Peggy does and excellent job running the museum in honor of her husband and raising money for the Pancreatic Cancer Auction Network.
  • A friend received a blessing from visiting the museum. He has since passed on from pancreatic cancer at age 51. On April 9, several friends and I drove 90 minutes to get there, only to find "closed for the season" posted on the door. No online info said anything about it being closed. What a disappointment! Candy Phillips
  • Tried to visit on Sunday 9/5. Relied on the hours listed on Google which were incorrect. Only open 2 -5 on Sundays. Unsure if it is worth another 2 hour drive to come back again only to find it closed. Be sure to check hours before you make plans to visit.
  • I met the owner and love the idea of a private Museum supporting a cause. A place for both kids and the kid in all of us.