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Founded in 1981, the Florida Railroad Museum's mission is to acquire, preserve and operate historic examples of Florida's railroad history. The museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM, year-round. Diesel train excursions operate...more
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We bought tickets for the hobo train ride with friends. It was a lot of fun. They gave us Hobo packs upon arrival that had a hotdog/bun/condiments and tre “fixins”!fir a smore. We had our own bonfire and there was a band too. Great fun!...More
I currently attend Lennard High School and Lennard's Key Club volunteered for some of the nights! I volunteered and it was a great ride. The ride is about 30 minutes, but it is worth it. There is a machine for drinks that onlt cost $2...More
I am part of the WW2 Living History that we do every year for the Von Kessinger's Express and people learn the history of US Forces and the Germans, take part in the reenactment and experience the battle.
A very realistic WW2 reenactment that allows you to become part of the theater. Von Kessingers train departs "Paris(h)" full of Germans. Along the way they stop and capture some American paratroopers. Then at a stop to execute some traitors, the Calvary arrives and a...More
It's June, 1944. somewhere in France. Allied troops are quickly approaching General Von Kessinger's camp. If your papers are in order, you will be permitted to escape with the General onboard his train racing across the French country side as French Resistance, U.S. and British...More
Took the family for a train ride experience. It was a fun trip to the North Pole! My grand children had a great time even though the temperature was 40 degrees in Florida! Truly felt like Christmas! Lots of things for children to do.
Not sure why it's taken me awhile to write this review. I joined by daughters in law and the grandkids on the Thomas the Train adventure. The little ones were thrilled to see a real life sized Thomas. We sat in an open air train...More
My husband and I went for our first time. The volunteers are pleasant, knowledgeable and encouraged questions. We enjoyed learning about the local history and railroads that were a big part of that history. Parking was easy. The family sitting next to us on the...More
As others have stated you could take one on the train with you but the are no seat belts. We rode a train out one way had the opportunity to get off and walk around a museum and then boarded the same train for the return... More
As others have stated you could take one on the train with you but the are no seat belts. We rode a train out one way had the opportunity to get off and walk around a museum and then boarded the same train for the return trip. We did not have a problem leaving our belongings in our seat while we at the stop.
Yes, you can take food and drink on the train. There is a snack bar on the train but the options are very limited. There are also snack items for sale in their gift shop before and after the train ride.