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We invite you to travel back in time to vintage Vacationland with us. Nowhere else in New England can you ride the rails behind an vintage steam or diesel locomotive surrounded by historic Maine buildings preserved in a recreated village, and view a...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
586 Wiscasset Rd, Route 27, Boothbay, ME 04537-4627
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The Boothbay Railway Museum has something for the young and the young at heart. The General Store has a Thomas the Train track set up for small children to play with. There are also unique “finds” from our childhood, from books to candies; this in...More
Area of restored buildings moved to this site. Functioning steam engine will take you around the venue. Collection of cars, farm equipment and trains on site. Also large building filled with model trains. Would be a fun place for children.
We are visiting area. This was a lot of fun. Bldgs are neat. Wonderful collection of antique cars, trucks, bikes, motors, etc. Today they had vendors with some great items. Loved the train exhibit, and the train ride on the steam engine was fun. Nice...More
We had a great visit one afternoon. The train runs on the hour and the ride is 2 loops around. They have a small village with an old car display along with fire engines. If you are not from New England be sure you try...More
We visited the railway village & it was phenomenal! They have a huge display of rehabbed old cars & trucks, the village has all kinds of rehabbed buildings & trains. & don’t forget to take a ride on the train that takes you around the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed this quaint excursion that welcomed our dog. There is open car train ride between two stations 100 yards apart, and very well-appointed exhibits of homes, stores, etc. Our favorite was the one-room school house. A knowledgeable docent helped bring the antique car...More
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BRV_Margaret, Manager at Boothbay Railway Village, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2018
Thank you for visiting and for posting such a sweet review.
We stopped here on our travels through Maine specifically because it was advertised as dog friendly - and we're so glad we did! Our leashed, well-behaved large dog was made to feel very welcome throughout the village, including going inside all the buildings and joining...More