The Interactive Railway Village In Boothbay Maine That Will Enchant Train Lovers

For those who love Maine history, one of the most fascinating areas is how our railway system got its start. Much of it was related to the logging industry, but it was also vital to making Vacationland a go-to destination among Boston and New York elites. The first railroad companies here got their start in 1832 and the first tracks were finished in 1836. But, there’s so much more to learn! To do it, head to this fun and interactive museum.

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The Boothbay Railway Village is scheduled to be open for the 2020 season from June 20th through October 12th between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for adults 65+ and $8 for children 3-18. Admission is free for kids under 3, museum members, Maine foster families with ID, and active duty military families with ID. You can learn more about the museum through their website or follow them on Facebook. They can be reached on 207-633-4727.

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Address: 586 Wiscasset Rd, Boothbay, ME 04537, USA