NOW OPEN SUNDAYS ONLY!
Come join us as we celebrate over 65 years of railroading in Worthington, Ohio. If you love trains, this is the place to be. We have steam, electric, and diesel to see. We offer demonstration train rides every hour on our streetcars or passenger coach, beginning at 12:30pm.
Hours of Operation: Only Sundays 12 - 4pm
(Closed Monday - Saturday)

Admission rates are as follows:

$8.00 - Adults
$7.00 - Seniors (65 and over) & Military (with ID)
$6.00 - Children age 4 and above

FREE - Children age 3 and under

*** ADMISSION INCLUDES ALL DAY RIDES ***

DIRECTIONS

The Ohio Railway Museum is located in historic Worthington, Ohio a northern suburb of Columbus. It is near major interstate freeways in the north Columbus area. Exit Interstate 71 at Route 161 (Worthington) and go west one mile. Proprietors Road is the first traffic light west of the three railroad underpasses. Go north on Proprietors and the museum is on the right 1/2 mile north of Dublin-Granville Road.

- BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND -
The Ghost Trolley is designed for younger children to have fun and not to be overly frightened (parental judgement on scare factor). Tour the decorated railcars and then board the streetcar. Once outside the yard, it's lights-out and down the track while we tell you stories of "The Ghost Trolley."

Dates: October 18, 25 & November 1st
Times: 4pm - 8pm
Admission:
  $9.00 - Adults
  $8.00 - Seniors & Military
  $7.00 - Children (age 4-12)
  FREE - Children (age 3 & under)

Doors open at 4pm and the first tour leaves at 4:30pm. Tours will occur every half hour. Be promptly in line for your time slot, or you may miss your ride.

Doors close at 8:00pm and the last tour begins at 8:30pm.


Welcome aboard our latest car to return to service, Ohio Public Service car #64. Built by the Khulman Car Company in 1925, this lightweight interurban features a beautiful all-wood interior with seating for 40.
You may purchase tickets at the window for that evening ONLY.

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