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See the scenic, multi-level Train Display in action. 

Push buttons to see what is going to happen next.  See yourself in a miniature drive-in movie theater.  See "Thomas the Tank Engine" run amongst interactive circus and park accessories.

At any given time there are 9 trains operating simultaneously on the layout.  One of these is “Thomas” which is always a big hit with the young at heart. But the real main attraction for kids is the large variety of accessories that they can operate from buttons located on the front of the layout.  In fact parents and grandparents seem to get as much fun from loading blocks of ice or sawing logs as the kids do.

The Train Museum and Train Ride are available for private birthday parties on Saturdays from 2 to 4pm.

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Want to support the Museum?  Our Buy a Brick Fundraiser is a great opportunity to support our Renovation Efforts and leave a personal legacy for all our visitors to see. Click on the Red Buy a Brick button below for more information.


OPEN: Fridays and Saturdays 10 AM to 2 PM

SEASONAL: Mid-October to End of April

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401 10th St S, Naples, FL 34102 
(239) 262-1776 to Leave a Message

Reminisce at the Wall of Trains featuring original Lionel locomotives and rolling stock including some rare models.

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Admission:  Free for children under 3                                      $4 for children 3 to 13, 

                      $8 for children over 14 and adults. 

​                      $4 for First Responders, Medical,                     Military, Veterans with ID

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Unlimited rides on the outdoor train.

The Only Train Ride in Naples!

Ride the outdoor scale train pulled by Live Steam or Diesel Locomotive.

Reservations and Advance Ticket Sales Not Required

Visit us and enjoy all the Trains and Action Accessories inside. 

View the Legacy Brick Row.

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