A trip back in time can be enlightening, and Boothbay Railway Village offers just that – an enlightening trip into the historic past. You’ll see a wide array of antique vehicles spanning several decades. You can ride through the historic village on a steam train for a treat.
There are a number of events happening in Boothbay Railway Village depending on the time of year you visit. In October there is a great Halloween event for the younger kids, Thanksgiving train rides in November, and of course Christmas train rides where the kids can meet Santa Claus.
See such vehicles as:
- Taxi Cab (horse-drawn) from ca. 1860
- Lozier "Little Giant" Bicycle from 1878
- Button Steam Fire Pumper from 1885
- A 1916 Model T Ford Speedster
- A Chevrolet Fire Truck McCann Hook & Ladder from 1929
- A 1962 Rolls Royce
Boothbay Railway Village is located at 586 Wiscasset Road, Route 27, Boothbay, Maine. You can call and confirm hours at (207) 633-4727 or email them at email@example.com.
Hours and Admission
During the summer, the museum is open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm (train rides on the hour). It is open weekends only for the remainder of the year.
Price of daily admission is $12 for adults and $6 for children (3 to 16 years).