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    Great place to burn a morning or afternoon with the kids, especially when the weather isn’t great. Tons of old trains with a bunch of areas geared towards children – a little Thomas track to play with, an old mail car with games, uniforms to get dressed in, and other activities, a HUGE model train that the kids love watching go around a very detailed landscape. When the weather is warm enough there are also two outdoor trains offering rides (included in your ticket price) – one is an old trolley car that does a tour of the grounds, and the other is a small ride-on train that can take about 20 kids & adults on a fun ride through the woods, across a couple bridges and through a tunnel.Always a hit with my boys. Hitting the Burger King just up the street for lunch with the huge 3-story play structure is icing on the cake for them!

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    Greatest place on Earth. You definitely need a few hours to go through the entire exhibit. Unfortunately I was pressed for time as I took the AMT train to St. Constant and the schedule only allowed for 3 hours to walk around. If you can, ironically, drive to the museum.

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    One of the best railway museums in North America, Exporail has a vast collection of locomotives and rolling stock spanning the 19th Century to modern times, including many vintage and one-of-a-kind pieces of equipment. Some trains in the main exhibit can be climbed into (or under) and they are complemented by a model railroad, exterior garden railroad and trolley line. A fantastic and informative place for both families and train enthusiasts.

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    Great place for the Kids and Gradparents. Nice train rides

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    Kids loved it. Best train museum I’ve been to.