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Welcome to the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum

Located in beautiful Wheeling, WV, this museum truly one unique place where kids can spend time with toys, and parents can go and relive their childhood, and bring back good memories!

The exhibits within the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum feature toys and trains from every generation so they are sure to bring a smile to your face! 

The scale model of downtown Wheeling and the Ohio Valley room are great for the heritage minded tourists out there, and their operating train layouts are fun for everyone!

The entire main floor of the museum is devoted to toys. They also have four restored classrooms that serve as a backdrop to display the toys and exhibits, which adds a fun element to the experience!

In the front lobby you'll find a LEGO layout, complete with a functioning LEGO train. Keep an eye out for the piano that plays itself, and make sure you take a quarter for that!

Head to the Doll Room and you will be surrounded by the unique dollhouses on display, also home to just about every variety of dollhouse available over the years!

So why not enjoy a fun filled family day out surrounded by toys, trains, doll houses & more! A kids dream!

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How much does it cost?






$5 (Ages 4-17)



Seniors $7.50


Free Under

3 years when accompanied by an adult


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Any top tips?


The final tour each day always starts no later than 4 PM each day, so try to arrive with enough time to truly enjoy your visit

I'm Hungry!


There are several restaurants within 1/2 mile of the museum, and a soda machine on the ground level!

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Where is it at?


from Interstate 70, take Exit 5 (Elm Grove/Triadelphia. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn LEFT and go approximately 50 yards to the first traffic light. At light, turn LEFT onto Kruger Street, and travel about 100 yards down Kruger. The museum is on the righthand side.

Teachers corner


They have a special teachers page on their website with clip art, ideas for how to make your visit fit in your curriculum, and more!

Can I get one of those?


We have a wonderful gift shop onsite, family friendly with many terrific items in all price ranges. Lots of inexpensive surprises for the kids!

Need a little extra help?


The facility is fully handicapped accessible, with an elevette to carry visitors from floor to floor who cannot travel steps.

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When can we go?


From Jan 2 to Memorial Day: 9am - 4pm Friday to Sunday. Rest of year 9am - 4pm 7 days a week

Closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, & New Year’s Days (on the eves of these holidays, they close at 1pm instead of 4pm)

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