The RRMSF operates a 1/8th scale railroad through the North end of Lakes Park. The tracks are 7.5″ wide and the route is approximately one mile long. The trip takes roughly 15 minutes to ride through woods, lakes, small villages, and scenes. Tickets can be purchased for a small fee at the Museum ticket office located just across from the train station. We’re sorry, but pregnant women and children under the age of one are NOT allowed to ride.
Staff of the Railroad Museum of South Florida reserve the right to refuse riding privileges to any one who does not abide by the rules. By boarding the train you release the Railroad Museum of South Florida from any and all accidents and losses. We ask you to stay sitting straight up, do not turn around, keep your feet on the running boards, do not put your hands down to get rocks or flowers, and stay seated. Everyone will depart the train at the Unloading area; stay in place until engineer gives all clear to unload train.
Group Rates (birthday parties, school groups, company picnics, etc.) are available with an advanced reservation. Please call (239) 267-1905 during operating hours for more information.
Round Trip Tickets Prices
Regular tickets for anyone six years of age or older are $5.00. Children from age 1-5 years old ride for free, seated on the bench cushion in front of an accompanying adult (limit two children per adult seat). Ticket prices change during our Halloween and Holiday Express Events.
Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday and Holidays (Including Martin Luther King Day – January 21, 2019) from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Trains leave the station every 30 minutes, on the hour and half-hour. Boarding begins 5 minutes prior to departure time, on a first come, first served basis at the station boarding area.
Trains do run on most rainy days in between rain storms, but unexpected closures may occur at any time due to inclement weather (especially when lightning is possible). Please feel free to call ahead at (239) 267-1905 for current information, particularly if the weather seems questionable.
Train delays may also be caused by wind-blown debris or obstructions on the track; these delays are rare.
Sorry, infants under 1 year and pregnant women may not ride the train.