401 10th Street South
Naples, FL 34102
The Naples Train Museum was founded in 2000 funded by a grant from the William J. Von Liebig Foundation. The museum is located in the Naples Depot, which was built by the Seaboard Air Line Railway System in 1926/27. The depot later became the property of the Seaboard Coast Line and abandon by SCL in the 70s.
Southwest Heritage purchased the depot from SCL and has since restored the building to its original splendor. The Naples Train Museum currently shares the building with the Collier County Naples Depot Museum.
The train layout has been operating for over fifteen plus years but as accessories become available they are added to the layout as a result many visitors return to see what’s new. The newest is an elevated line running through mountains and along Main Street on the train layout.
Trains to Ride.....................Trains to View
The train museum is located in the restored Seaboard Coast Line Railway station which is a registered National landmark.
The Train Museum is located at the corner of Fifth Avenue South and Tenth Street South which is within walking distance of Naples' downtown district of shops, restaurants, hotels, and art galleries along Fifth Avenue South.