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Long hidden on the fringe of Florida's Gulf coast and overlooked by developers until well into the 1880s, Naples' catalyst for settlement finally arrived forty years later when two rival railroads rolled into town within ten days of each other. Set...more
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If you are stuck for somewhere to go while in Naples then this place is well worth a visit
We really enjoyed it and spent a lovely couple of hours here.
Free parking and entrance you can give a donation if you want.
This is free museum close to Naples Tin City. It is free to park at. Really interesting museum with informative exhibits. At the moment they are renovating carriages so only caboose to see outside but easily spent an hour reading and looking at rail exhibits.
Really enjoy the information on the movement to Florida from the north. Great literature and train cars to explore. Lisa, the Museum Manager, opened one of the cars that was under construction. She explained the re-modeling process. Only donations. I definitely would spend 2 hours...More
There are a number of exhibits to see here. There are 2 or 3 cars outside, once is a silver car which is air conditioned. Thank goodness. It was pretty amazing inside. I had no idea it would be carpeted inside, it had a bar,...More
I didn't expect this museum to be so great, honestly. It covers a wide range of information and has exhibits outside and inside. We got to go inside 2 different kinds of trains and learned a lot about Native Americans, World War II, Naples, animals,...More
Ended up stopping by for quick dosage of raindrops and wonderfully surprised. Great educational experience about the growth of the area. We ended up spending hours there and it’s free. Donations only which of course is well worth it.