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    gold coast railroad museum is the best place to go for trains they have cab rides and coach rides and the rides are 30 min long they also have model train room from n scale to g scale I grew up on this place for along time now I am a part of the train crew best place to see real trains and model trains

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    Too bad the website isn’t updated with closings. Came to visit on Thursday, December 4, 2014, only to find they were closed due to “preparations” for some event. Call before you come to visit! Oh well, saved some money and they lost some. Tough luck!

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    We just went this past weekend for the Polar Express event. It was awesome! The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars was due to a few mishaps or things they could approve on – 1. They need to add more houses or something to the “North Pole” that you see from inside the train.2. The train kept going forward and reverse; that’s it. The kids did notice this and were wondering why we kept going backwards and then forwards.**I do recommend getting the VIP tables or chairs on the 254 train, not the 6300. We didn’t have to wait in line and were sat comfortably. However, the VIP cars, you don’t get to see the “north pole” head on when you stop.

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    Try answering your phone! The “voicemail” greeting is the most time wasting, unhelpful experience I can remember in a long time. Customer service gets an F-.

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    We have 2 year old baby and we purchased annual pass here. We came to visit the museum. We have been driving all way long from South Beach, and baby was dreaming to see “chuh chuh” again. When we had come, we were not allowed to enter because of some preparations for Thomas events. We did not get any emails or notifies because of that, as a guests with annual passes. Their website also does not have any information about that Museum is closed for preparation. Stuff could not say anything, and the director of the Museum seemed to be helpless or did not want to do anything despite the fact, that lots of kind were running around the museum as “pre scheduled”. Nobody cared we have annual pass. We needed 1 hour to walk around, but we had to take our kid back home because of that. We had been seening how our kid was crying because of that and smiling. How should I explain 2 year old kid that there are some craven people working in some places and decide the fate of people. This place locates in the middle of middle of nowhere, and does note have any opening schedule. Dont go there if you just dont pass by. They dont not like people and children.