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This is an interactive toy train museum with three running trains on over 50 feet of track. Accessories can be activated by pushing buttons. There is also a playroom for the little children with train related toys for them to play with.
A real local gem. $5 to get in ( for everyone over age 3) which supports pancreatic cancer research was well worth it. Basically a shrine to her late husband and others affected by pancreatic cancer, Mrs Peggy maintains an eclectic shop with everything from...More
Thank Scott M
Trainlady2014, Owner at The Right Track Toy Train Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 September 2018
Thank you, Scott. Your family was a joy to have at the museum.
Very cute and fun little museum! Our 1 year old loved the trains. The woman who runs it was so nice and friendly. She ran the model trains over and over for us. There’s also a little room with toy trains for little kids to...More
Thank Travis C
Trainlady2014, Owner at The Right Track Toy Train Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 18 August 2018
Thank you Travis. I am happy that your one year old loved the trains.
We went here with our young kids who love trains. We literally had to drag them out after two hours. They had an absolute blast. Also Peggy who runs it is absolutely precious and just so nice and loves to tell her and her husbands...More
Thank Kimberly L
Trainlady2014, Owner at The Right Track Toy Train Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2018
Thank you, Kimberly. I loved having you and your children at the museum.
Peggy runs the place to honor her passed husband who died of pancreatic cancer. The $5 fee goes to help those with pancreatic cancer and its research. Her husband collected trains and they are now displayed on 3 large tables complete with moving parts. There...More
Tucked into the mountains near Lake Lure is this little toy train museum and it is a must-stop. The woman there is honoring her late husband and his love of toy trains while raising money and awareness for pancreatic cancer. We loved it.
Thank Darin H
Trainlady2014, Owner at The Right Track Toy Train Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 31 July 2017
The train track and village were pretty incredible. The kids loved hitting the interactive buttons. The collection is quite amazing! There's even a playroom for little ones to hand out in. The best part is that the small admission fee goes to pancreatic cancer research,...More
Trainlady2014, Owner at The Right Track Toy Train Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 28 July 2017
I would love to have you as a volunteer. I am so happy that you and the kids had a good time.