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Huge number of displays (11 rooms!) that are generally well-organized (especially recommend the telegraph room). Everything is based upon donated materials (most of it from actual railroaders) and volunteers. Volunteer staff working the afternoon we visited extremely helpful and knowledgeable. While outstanding for those of...More
It was okay. Thought it was a little congested. There was a lot to look at, but the building seemed to small for it all. Should have some items more protected from the elements and dust. Kids got bored 1/2 way. Surprised they didn't have...More
Lots of history in this building! So many things to see there! My son loved the train! It's right in town in Spooner so it's easy to find and takes about an hour or 2 to walk thru and see a good deal of what...More
Arrived in October and found it to be closed. Spooner was a railroad town back in the day and the Museum was the depot on the Chicago, St Paul, Minneapolis, and Omaha line. City owns the roundhouse and turntable next door. Preserved but not showable....More
We arrived just as they were closing. They welcomed us in anyways and told us to take our time going through their very extensive collection of train artifacts. Very well done and LOTS of items and history to enjoy. Staff offered some insight to some...More
My husband and I truly enjoyed our visit to the Railroad Memories Museum in Spooner. It was full of surprises and the tour by staff members very interesting. Sometimes small town museums such as this are so much more than you expect and this was...More
The guide was very informative about the History of the Railroad. Lots of things to look at and get a history lesson of the railroads. Pictures, tools, equipment, memorabilia quite a collection of if you like the railroad!
Really enjoyed our visit to this historic attraction. Spent a good share of an afternoon there. There is lots and lots of old Railroad memorabilia, a guided tour, much of the original depot has been preserved.