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South Carolina Railroad Museum, Winnsboro

#49 of 78 in Museums in South Carolina
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  • For the last year plus, I have driven by Interstate exits pointing to the SC Railroad Museum, but have until now not had the opportunity to stop by. A couple of weekends back I made a day trip to the ...  more »
  • My family attended a train ride with naturalist Rudy Mancke. It was a wonderful experience. The open air train car was a great way to see midlands SC nature, including an old granite quarry and a trai...  more »
  • We took our grandkids for the Easter Eggspress train. Fun ride for kids, lots of activities at the stop and they got to meet the easter bunny. Not too long for short attention spans. Museum is small b...  more »
  • Small but nice. Antique trains you can buy tickets to ride. They have a Santa train ride in December that little ones love.
  • Provided a wonderful Veterans tribute ride
  • Enjoyed the train and bbq dinner. The volunteers did an excellent job.
  • Fun. Has Snow cones and a train ride
  • This is a nice day trip, if you live within a couple of hours of a drive. I took my two children and we had a blast. Fairly priced tickets too. The patron will learn a lot of history as they take the train through the country side and into granite rock areas.