Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum

4.628 Votes
  • Address: 363 Depot St, Conneaut, OH 44030, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-4405997878
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Specialty Museums

If you are travelling in Ohio and have reached the historic location of Conneaut, you can visit the Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum or Conneaut Railroad Museum. In a passenger depot of Lake Shore & Michigan Southern zone that was built in the year 1900, this museum is based. There are total three rooms in this museum and you can find exhibits of national, international as well as local importance here. Some of the important items of this museum are coal hopper, Berkshire locomotive attached with a coal car, plates made of nickel. The shop of the Conneaut Railroad Museum offers affordably priced coffee mugs, hats, shirts, toys, books, and many other types of souvenirs.

How to Reach Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum

  • Rented car / taxi

  • Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum Address: 363 Depot St, Conneaut, OH 44030, USA, United States
  • Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum Contact Number: +1-4405997878
  • Time required to visit Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum Reviews & Ratings

  • Nice depot! Has a classic steam engine and caboose. The railroad area itself is spectacular. Bessemer, NS and CSX in this town.... Oh my!

  • Wow you can find lots of history here for as small as it seems The Nickle Plate Road is here with steam engine 755 sitting there. You can going in the Caboose too! Plus trains speed by all day and prolly night time as well!

  • Great place with a ton of info about Trains and such. Very friendly staff that are a wealth of knowledge. I had no idea that the train was so big. I was only able to be there for a short while. I am going to go back and take my time.

  • It is closed for the season but nice facility.

  • My wife and I were in Conneaut and saw the train. She looked on Google to see what it was so we decided to stop and see. The bad thing was that they were in the process of painting the engine and cars so we were restricted in taking that in. As far as the museum part, it is free (donations are accepted) and there a number of items to look at. When I Googled the museum Google mentioned that the museum maybe permanently closed. That is not true. You can probably take everything in in an hour and a half or less depending on you interest in train memorabilia.

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