|Address:||330 E Ryan Rd, Chandler, AZ 85286, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Saturday:||12:00 – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday:||12:00 – 4:00 PM|
Arizona Railway Museum is located in Maricopa County of Arizona state. On the street of East Ryan Road and street number is 330. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (480) 821-1108. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Arizona Railway Museum quickly are 33.269569 ,-111.836663
Fun place to take your family. Check their website before you go. Their days and times are limited. You can go into the trains, sit in the seats, see the gallery, and bathroom, and sleeping compartments. The cost for a family is $15.
Fabulous railroad museum display. Lots of railcars. All types. Many to walk thru. Including Santa fe dome car.
Ots of trains on display with people on site to talk and explain the history. A great place for train buffs, quite large with a good deal of walking on smooth crushed rock if you want to see a lot of the displays from the out side. We'll worth the price of admission ($5.00). I had a great time and will certainly return.
I've loved coming here ever since I was a kid. You guys are awesome and I appreciate it very much!! ???? All Aboard!! ????????????I will be doing my Eagle Scout project here! Many thanks to Bart and Jane Barton for the help so far and allowing me to do something to make the museum even more better!
My husband and I loved visiting this Railroad Museum!! We are new to the area from California, and I decided to look up thing to do in Chandler. This popped up as 1 of the 20 best. So glad I decided to check it out right away. I see many others have called it a hidden gem. It absolutely is a GEM!! Right as you walk in the door and are greeted by one of the volunteers, look though the indoor museum and then walk out into the yard, you will be in awe of all the beauty and history around you!! Next you step inside and are immediately taken back in time... We were greeted by Steve, who also is their curator. He was amazing to talk with. This is a must see for anyone I feel. Young and old alike! My husband and I toured for only $10. total. Active military are free. Donations of any amount are gladly accepted as this is an volunteer run place, and a nonprofit.