Boothbay Railway Museum, Railroad Village

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Boothbay Railway Village

Visiting the Boothbay Railway Village is an educational experience for the whole family. This re-created historic village holds a number of fascinating exhibits of antique vehicles. Take a ride in a coal-fired steam train or on an old Model T. It’s a trip back to early days that you won’t forget. Read More

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.

Antique Vehicles

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

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).

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