Naples Depot Museum22 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1051 5th Ave S, Naples, FL 34102, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2392626525
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Military Museums, Natural History Museums, Automobile Museums
More popularly known as The Naples Seaboard Airline Railway Station or Seaboard Coastline Railroad Depot, it is a historic Airline Railway Depot that was constructed in 1927. It was designed in the Mediterranean Revival style and had the stations at Delray Beach, Deerfield Beach, Hialeah and Homestead. The passenger service ran shortly after which it was converted into a complete freight service. It was closed down later but added to the US National Register of Historic Landmarks in 1974.
It was later opened as a museum under the Collier County Trusts as we still find it. All the exhibits here put light on the transportation and trade history of Southwest Florida. They have displays of railroads, Seminole dugout canoes, a mule wagon and an antique swamp buggy.
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Naples Depot Museum Reviews & Ratings
Super cool little FREE museum! A must see!!!! I took lots of pics but don't want to ruin it! Definitely gotta come here😁
The Naples Depot Museum is a small intimate place that is "Free of Charge". They gladly accept donations.
Great place for the weekends with the family and little ones. Free admission and close to the beach and downtown. I believe the train rides for the young ones are available in October.
Enjoyed this trip fully. Spent a lot of time enjoying the info and great grandson loved the play train area
Wonderfully fascinating for both kids and adults alike! Ride the trains around the facility, see the extensive (and interactive) model railroad display AND climb into actual era-correct and beautifully preserved train cars on site! $5 to get in and worth every penny!