Hours

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday & Saturday

Noon - 5:00 PM Sundays

Open for groups on other days  by special arrangement

Adults $3.00, under 12 $1.00, 3 and under free.

We are located in Central Station

545 S. Main Street, Suite 121

(901) 590-3099

 

Central Station Birthday - October 4th 2014

 On Friday, October 3, the Amtrak Exhibit Train will arrive and be open for tours by schools and groups at noon to 5 p.m., then be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday.  

Originally created to celebrate Amtrak's 40th anniversary in 2011, the Amtrak Exhibit Train consists of two locomotives and five cars painted in Amtrak's historic paint scheme. Inside the cars are displays portraying events and achievements during the first 40 years of Amtrak, as well as a look at where America's railroad is headed in the future. In the last car of the train, a reconfigured Amfleet Cafe' Car, a gift shop offers for sale many items for sale as mementos of the train's visit. 

NOTICE: Due to two trolley fires in the last several months, effective June 10, 2014, MATA has suspended all trolley service until all the equipment can be inspected and repaired or replaced. To our many visitors who also take a trolley ride in conjunction with their visit to the museum, we regret that the trolleys are temporarily out of service. 

Take advantage of our Annual Passes - Family: $40.00, Individual: $25.00. Twelve months of unlimited admissions and other benefits.  Available in our on line gift shop or at the Museum. 

 

Party packages  available

(Birthday - Fun Day)

Click HERE for details! 

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Announcing the "Friends of the Museum" Fundraiser Campaign! See the "Contribute"page for details!

 

VOLUNTEER:We can always use volunteers. If you would like to be part of the MRTM, click on the "Contact" tab and let us know!

 

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Memphis Railroad and Trolley Museum

(We are a non-profit  501 (C) (3) Corporation)

 

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