Arkansas Railroad Museum Pine Bluff

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Arkansas Railroad Museum
1700 Port Road
Pine Bluff
Tel: 870 535 8819


The rail museum can be found at 1700 Port Road in the very sweet sounding Pine Bluff in Arkansas.

Where are we going today?

Choo Choo!  Where would we be without trains?  The foundations of America expanded with the invention of the steam engine, and now you can witness this important part of history with your very eyes!

The building that is now the Arkansas Railroad Museum, was once the Cotton Belt Shops where they used to build steam engines.  Within the museum, they have the 819 Locomotive.  This locomotive was the very LAST engine to ever be built in the very room you will be standing in!

There is also over 70,000 square feet of historic space, with 17 tracks, and display rooms to show you all the part of your transpiration ride through history. 

The museum hold tours all year round, of the beautiful resorted passenger cars, cabooses and baggage cars.  There are also lots of fascinating artefacts that used to actually be used back in the day!

What do you think it would have been like to have been a train conductor back in the day?  It wouldn't be like what you're used to now!  Can you imagine those big plumes of steam chugging out of the top as you travel across the country?  It would have been an incredible sight!

Keep an eye out for the trains shows too, that they hold throughout the year.  At a small cost you can enjoy not only a show, but a sale! 

There are tons of stalls and train loving fans with all their memorabilia and gadgets waiting to have a chat!  There are even hourly door prizes - sounds fun! 

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When can we go?

Monday to Saturday 9am to 2pm.

Teachers corner

If you want to bring some students down, just give them a call and discuss a group tour. .

Any Top Tips?

Extreme temperatures can affect opening hours, as the museum has no heating or air conditioning, so just check before you go if you feel the weather might not be good..

Doing our bit

The museum are dedicated to preserving these amazing exhibits, and continuing this history long into the future. .

Need a little extra help?

If you have any mobility difficulties just give them a call to see how they can accommodate you, and what's possible. .

Can I get one of those?

There are some fun items in the gift shop for you - from shirts, history books, mugs, fun toys, pictures and key rings. A great way to take home something to remind you of your trip and to continue your learning experience! .

More information

Donations are appreciated as they have free entry. .

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