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Tennessee Central Railway Museum

Tennessee Central Railway Museum

If you are planning a trip to Nashville, Tennessee, you've probably already heard of the Tennessee Central Railway Museum. If you've never visited this museum, it is a great way to learn more about the history of the area's railroading industry. In addition to its extensive collection of trains and locomotives, the museum also features a fascinating interactive exhibit on the history of railroading. However, if you're looking for a unique experience that will truly pique your interest, there's a lot more to this place than meets the eye. It is located at 220 Willow St, Nashville, TN 37210.

The main museum building contains the offices of the Tennessee Central Railway and a library. It also houses a large collection of railroad material, including locomotives and replicas of buildings and churches in Nashville. The museum also hosts monthly membership meetings. While you're here, take a moment to browse the museum's gift shop and see replicas of famous trains. You can even board a train while you're there.

The Tennessee Central Railway Museum is a non-profit organization that offers visitors an experience that is both historical and unique. You can enjoy round-trip train rides from Nashville and explore the museum's model trains and railway artifacts. For those looking for a more hands-on experience, be sure to check out the Tennessee State Museum, which covers three floors of state history. Visitors can view artifacts from the American Civil War, Frontier life, and the Jackson era, as well as craftifacts and period furnishings.

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The Tennessee State Capitol Building opened in 1859 and is a US Historic Landmark and is on the US Register of Historic Places. It was designed by architect William Strickland, who unfortunately died during the construction process. The building serves as the final resting place of Sam Davis and the home of President James Polk. Guided tours are offered every week. Many recent visitors have described the museum as beautiful and informative. There are also several educational programs and events at the Tennessee State Museum.

The museum and hobby shop are free to visit, but tours are offered at specific times. For this reason, it's best to book well in advance. The museum is open daily except for certain holidays and winter days. You can visit the museum's website to find out more about the hours of operation. In addition, if you're a country music fan, you'll love the museum's extensive collection of gold records. The museum even has a replica of Dolly Parton's tour bus and a recording booth where she recorded her famous song.

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The train's long history is reflected in the museum's exhibits. Its unique collection of artifacts and locomotives is one of the attractions worth seeing. The museum's engaging and informative guides have earned high marks from recent visitors, with many saying the tour was one of the highlights of their trip to Nashville. Its historic railroading heritage can be traced back to the early 1900s, when coal was plentiful in Tennessee.

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