This Indoor Train Park Hiding In Massachusetts Proves There's Still A Kid In All Of Us
It’s a pretty well-established fact: little kids love trains. As a former little kid, this means you were probably into trains at least a little at some point. This indoor model train park is an awesome place to rekindle that spark of wonder that may have taken a backseat to adult stuff like commuting and taxes. Here’s what you need to know.
The Bay State Model Railroad Museum is tucked away in Roslindale.
This non-profit museum and model train club is packed with miniature cities and trains that will delight visitors of any age.
Fairy-sized trees, detailed buildings, and plenty of chugging trains all create a whimsical atmosphere.
The attraction isn’t open all the time, but they do hold open houses and model train shows.
During open houses, kids and their families can watch the colorful locomotives and carriages whiz around pint-size cities.
There are multiple areas with different layouts, giving the museum the feeling of a little train universe.
And of course, if you’re a model railroader, you’re welcome to apply for membership!
The museum welcomes railroading enthusiasts looking to find out more to drop by any Wednesday night.
This little train park is one of Massachusetts’ great hidden gems.
You can find the Bay State Model Railroad Museum at 760 South St., Roslindale, Mass. Click
here to visit their website for more information about the museum and how to visit. If you love trains, check out this other tiny hidden railroad in Massachusetts.
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