Travel Town MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: 5200 Zoo Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027, United States, 90027
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3236625874
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Family And Kids, Specialty Museums, Social, Arts, Museums
This museum was founded in the year December 1952. As the name suggests, it is dedicated to the world of travel. There are engines, old time cars, train rides and various other sources to give you an insight into the ever changing history of travelling,especially the kind that is pertaining to Los Angeles. There is also a very prominent section that is dedicated to the kind of rail work that is a part of Los Angeles and Southern California. If you are someone who likes to learn new things about modes of travel, then this is a great place to go and increase your knowledge.
- For groups, prior appointment is required.
- The museum authority gladly accepts donations for admission.
- By car from the city.
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0.43% of people who visit Los Angeles include Travel Town Museum in their plan
60% of people start their Travel Town Museum visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Travel Town Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Travel Town Museum
Awesome place... definitely hidden gem. Great for families and little kids. Great for photoshoot and picnic. Free!!! What’s free in LA? I highly recommend this place, especially if you have little kids who love trains, or if you love trains!
interesting place to stop. Definitely had some cool trains and cars and Etc. The bathrooms are pretty crummy though, definitely need to be cleaned up. The staff for kind and have a smile, which is surprising considering the job itself seems like it kind of sucks. the state of some of the exhibits is a little crappy. I wish some of the exhibits especially the wooden ones could be treated with a little bit more respect considering they're going to degrade a lot faster then the steel and metal ones.
My 2 year old is really into trains, so this was a great place to take him. There were multiple decommissioned steam trains on tracks and also some sample train cars. He got to connect all of trains that he has seen in books, videos, and toys to the real things.
Travel Town has the largest collection of vintage steam locomotives in Southern California. Unfortunately. none of those engines are operational. Also on site are vintage rolling stock and automobiles of the past. Admission is free. This is a popular location for children's birthday parties. A gift shop is also on site.
Perfect outing for a toddler who loves trains. We did the ride and then walked around looking at all of the trains. I wish we could have gone down the street to see the steamer trains but that we were told was only open on the weekends. This was cheaper than the zoo and we didn’t feel bad when we had to leave after an hour.