Toy Train Museum at Right Track to a Cure for Pancreatic Cancer, Lake Lure

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  • This was a gem in Lake Lure - we took our kids and they had a blast, and so did we! You couldn't find a nicer host and the museum was fantastic. If you find yourself in the area you have to drop in. Y...  more »
  • What an amazing place - Ms. Peggy was amazing and made us feel right at home. The kids loved it and had a great time. An awesome collection of minature trains and memorabilia. If you are in the Chimne...  more »
  • 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 »
  • 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.