Fairfax Station Railroad Museum
Fairfax Station Railroad Museum is a little treasure for the engineer/train-hopping hobo in us all. Inexpensive admission prices and immaculately kept grounds offer a nice outing for those ages 2 - 102. The museum has a gift store, a lovely shaded picnic area and approximately 22 free parking spaces as well as a red display caboose on the grounds. This is a non-profit organization; for a nominal fee, visitors can become a sustaining member.
- Hours: Sun, 1pm - 4pm (except for major holidays); special events such as the Labor Day and holiday train shows
- Handicap Accessible: Long and wide wooden ramp which leads into the museum. Please note: there is not handicapped accessability to the train car.
- Founding Date: In 1975, Lena Wyckoff and a group of citizens began their vigilant effort to save the old depot. In 1987, the depot was dedicated and it opened for busines the following year.
- Ticket information: Current adult prices, $3; Current prices for children, $1
- Student discounts: No
- Senior discounts: No
- Private parties: Yes
- Food/drink: No
- Alcohol served: No
- Coat/bag check: No
- Parking: Free lot
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Guided tour languages: English
- Audio tours?: No
- Gift shop: Yes
- Gift shop hours: Sun, 1pm - 4pm
- Cameras allowed?: Yes