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Museum of Transportation, Saint Louis

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  • We went here with my two year old grandson and didn't really expect he would like it that much. We started with the miniature train ride, which was okay, but similar to the train we rode the prior day...  more »
  • We stopped here on our way down Route 66. The location is very large and the buildings are nice and impressive. However there are only a few exhibits/vehicles in each of the buildings. The staff were ...  more »
  • This museum has a lot of old cars on display as well as a lot of trains. Some of the trains you can even walk inside. The staff were also very friendly.  more »
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  • We took our time took our lunch ate it on a picnic table in the shade, was really nice. The kids got to climb on the trains. We rode a Street Car , the Engineer was very informative and friendly. One employee named John was the nicest to our grandson. We visited the train that President Truman made speeches from.saw the Giant Locomotive's.we gave a donation, because the help is volunteers. They appreciated us. It was a great day for family and a great educational experience.
  • The best museum I have ever seen. They have just about everything you could possibly ask for right there. I primarily visited the rail section, and everything they had there was beautifully restored, they looked like they were built yesterday. Just about everything that was there I never thought I would ever see. It was one of the greatest experiences I've ever had, and I would recommend it to everyone. These guys clearly work their hardest, and deserve any donation you could give them. The staff is friendly, and would engage in conversation about anything, and could answer any question you have for them. Amazing job, guys!
  • One of the coolest museums we've been to. With a train ride (extra fee) and the car show that day, this ended up being hours of fun. Make sure you read the map and know where you're going because it's a nice walk up a decent hill before it branches off to the different sections. Trains to go inside, multiple buildings with informative historical displays, bunch of old vehicles and machinery. In the courtyard, a band was playing and a Barbeque Food Truck was selling food. This was a great family outing destination we are jealous we don't have back home.
  • I come here and it makes me cry. Since my grandma and grandpa passed on. They would take me here. Usually my grandma. Just makes me cry. I have no children to of my own to bring here. I want to come here with my wife and kids, if I had as such. I have a piece of the pale green glass ballast used here in the 1970s. Now there are white limestone rock as track ballast.
  • Family membership is a fantastic deal if you have train-loving kids! Babysitters and grandparents can use the membership card, and guests are also covered, making great playdates. We did a 2nd birthday party here and it was a hit with all ages.