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Indiana Transportation Museum, Noblesville

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  • We were visiting Noblesville on a family trip with our grandchildren and decided to visit this museum after we learned of it from a resident. Sad to say the museum does not open until the month of May...  more »
  • I did not ride the train which was fine as I was there to see the historic pieces of equipment. This museum is great for the rail fan and anyone wanting to get up close and personal with these example...  more »
  • I took my grandchildren on the Christmas train with Santa and Mrs. Clause. The refreshments served on board were very appropriate for the time of year. They didn't enjoy the story so much before the t...  more »
  • This is one of the neatest places in Hamilton County. If you like trians, you'll love it. Huge shop where they're rebuilding an old steam engine. Something to see.
  • My Son and I love this place!!! Staple of this community! #savetherails
  • Nick Baehl's sign made the whole experience so much better I will take my kids here all the time this summer for cool train stuff.
  • You'll pay between $3 - $6 per person depending on the event. Went on Father's Day and it was $6 if you wanted to ride the speeder (a track inspection car) that was a fun experience going down and back in the little cart. My 4 year old loved it. Overall just a great place to stop and explore some locomotives and talk with the friendly volunteers. It's a great way to spend an hour or so.
  • A neat and unique pace to explore old trains. It's a few dollars but worth the cost. They also have train excursions for families.