The museum is open Thursday - Saturday throughout the year. We're also open additional days seasonally, please see specifics below.
If you're interested in bringing a class, a scout group, a moms group or other organized group, please visit our education page for information about field trips and group tours.
Check our Events Calendar for special activities which may include events with Sunday hours.
|Month||Days open|| Full Scale (big)
|January-February||Thursday - Saturday||Thursday - Saturday||Out of Service|
|March - May||Wednesday - Saturday||Thur - Sat||TBA|
|June - July||Tuesday - Saturday||Tues -Sat||TBA|
|August - December||Wednesday - Saturday||Thur - Sat||TBA|
|Seniors (Ages 65+)||$8.00|
|Children (Ages 2-12)||$7.00|
|Children (Under 2)||Free|
|NRHS Members (with card)||Buy one, get one free|
|Historic Train rides||$3|
|Park train Rides||$3|
|Combo train Rides - One ride each train purchased together||$5|
There is a group discount of $2 off of regular admission per person for groups of 12 or more. Guided tours rates on the tours page already include this discount.
As a supporter of our military members & veterans, the museum participates in (and extends year round) the benefits of the Blue Star Museums program. The free admission program is available to any bearer of a Geneva Convention common access card (CAC), a DD Form 1173 ID card (dependent ID), or a DD Form 1173-1 ID card, which includes active duty U.S. military - Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, as well as activated members of the National Guard and Reserve, U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, NOAA Commissioned Corps - and up to five family members. In addition the museum extends this offer to first responders with appropriate identification and their family members.
Train rides will be complimentary with birthday parties, hosted group tours, and certain special events.
The museum is physically located at: 3595 Buford Hwy., Duluth, GA 30096.
Please do NOT send mail to this address, please use our PO box instead
- The museum is a rail and transportation museum hosted in a former industrial site. There is a significant amount of walking involved in visiting the museum and there is a mixture of walking surfaces. For your safety we recommend closed toe, flat, shoes and we recommend avoiding flip flops and sandals.
- We also ask that children refrain from running at all times.
- Please do NOT place items on the rail. The uneven surfaces can cause items you're trying to see mashed flat turn into projectiles and injure someone.
- Please stay at least 5 feet away from the tracks when the train is moving.
- Please do NOT venture outside the front fence. The mainline is owned and operated by Norfolk Southern Railway.
After your visit to the Southeastern Railway Museum, you might want to visit some of these local attractions:
- Atlanta History Center - Museum and grounds dedicated to the history of Atlanta and the region. Has a great exhibit on railroads in Atlanta.
- Fernbank Museum of Natural History - a good place for kids of all ages
- Stone Mountain Park - One of Atlanta's most visited parks with fun attractions including a train ride around the mountain.
- See Atlanta Parent Magazine (opens a new window) for other kid friendly ideas. Copies are available at the museum.
- For general, around Georgia activites Guide to Georgia magazine (also available at the museum) carries a wide spectrum of events.