Travel Town Railroad, Los Angeles
Categories: Children’s Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Learn about trains and their historical development in an engaging way at Travel Town Railroad. Located within a park, the exhibit displays old steam engines and train cars, which you can go inside and look around. A kids' area lets little ones get imaginative with their own toy trains or those on site. Finish your visit with a train tour around the complex, and don't miss the gift shop. Take a look at our Los Angeles vacation route planner to schedule your visit to Travel Town Railroad and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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My kids loved this train park. There were lots of trains to look at and the place was very beautiful. I just wish there were more trains to play on—most were display trains only. There was also a lot ... read more »
First trip there...going again. Go on weekends when the displays are open. Lots of trains including Thomas the Tank Engine! You can reserve railcars for private parties, and there are BBQ grills and p... read more »
なかなか本物の汽車を間近に見ることはできないので、ここはおすすめです！実際に小さい乗り物にも乗れますので、おすすめです！Can't quite close to real automobile, which is recommended here! Really nice small rides, so I recommend!show original
Fun place if you like trains! Great for kids and adults! The train ride is relatively long so it's worth it. Not too expensive! Also, there are nearby trains to check out such as steam engines. It's no charge to view those. Good place to spend some time with the family!
I liked it great place to bring the kids and see old school trains. You can even get on them. This place takes donations as well. You can picnic here. I also caught a bulbasar here lol.
Good place to spend a couple hours with kids, especially if they like trains. They have a good number of train engines through the ages and elaborate model train set. A good place to go offline from the over stimulating environment, for kids to experience the physical world and appreciate the engineering progress. There's no admission and open every day except on Christmas day. But they close early, 4pm on weekdays and 6pm on weekends.
I love this place and so do my kids. There are big trains, small trains, old trains and trains you can ride. Take your kids here. It is free and they will have fun. You can reserve spots for parties. They have a model train area that runs on weekends and they will let you kid check out a toy train to play with on the wooden tracks.
Was ok, I saw that your kid has to be 34" in height even though you are holding them between your legs. So had to turn back and really upset my 4 year old, because his brother couldn't go. Also only open every 3 weeks.
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