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Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum, Plant City

(25+ reviews on the web)
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Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum is located in Plant City. To visit Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum and get the most from your holiday in Plant City, create itinerary details personal to you using our Plant City vacation planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I really like Railway museums, so was looking forward to seeing what Plant City had to offer. There is a caboose, and a little yard engine, but not so much else. There is some train memorabilia in the...  more »
  • Great place to visit with kids to see the history of trains in and around Plant City. The viewing platform is wonderful, with lots of trains from CSX to Amtrak passing by on a daily basis. Whether you...  more »
  • Brings backs memories of train travel, enjoyed our visit, the geo cache is missing. The train went by while we were inside the museum shaking the floor boards. loved it.  more »
Google
  • To be a small free museum this place is really nice to visit they have a lot of historical railroad items. Located right downtown in historic Plant City it's right at the crossroads 4 railroad tracks with trains coming through there all day long.
  • My experience here was great the people are very nice and the exibits are very nice to look at and tell a lot about Plant City's hisory.
  • Nice place to relax and if your lucky you might get to see a train go by.
  • The displays are great. The viewing stands are nice to watch the trains go by.
  • This is my kids favorite place to visit! Thank you plant city for providing the museum.