Lincoln County Washington Inland Northwest Train Museum is gearing up for spring in the Inland Northwest

Lefty Graves
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Residents in Lincoln County, Washington are gearing up for spring and the opening of the Inland Northwest Train Museum. The Train Museum opens on April 1, 2023. Young and old alike are getting excited to visit the museum.

A 2-foot gauge train ride is included in admission for all ages. Additional rides may be taken for a fee of $2. Ideal for that youngster that loves trains and hasn’t yet ridden on a train. There is a gravel pathway to the 2-foot gauge train ride, which may not be suitable for all-wheeled mobility aids.

Official hours are listed on their website as starting April 1, 2023, Friday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Starting June 1, 2023, they are also open on Thursdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.


27300 Sprinkle Road N.

Reardan, WA

2 Miles West of Reardon on Highway 2.

Phone: 509.796.3377

Admission fees are as follows:

0 to age 4: Free

Ages 5 to 13: $6

Adults age 14 to 54: $12

Seniors age 55+: $10

Military (both active and retired): $10

Group Rates:

6 to 9 persons: $8/each

10 to 19 persons: $7/each

20+ persons: $5/each

Birthday Parties

The Inland Northwest Train Museum is an ideal location for Birthday Parties. Birthday parties can accommodate up to 20 guests for $100. The venue is available both inside and outside on picnic tables. This includes admission for the day for all guests 2 years of age and up. Additional party guests are $5/each.

The birthday person will receive a signature museum t-shirt, and guests will receive paper engineer’s hats. Guests will enjoy unlimited rides on our 2-foot gauge train. Catering is available, or guests can bring in their own food.

School Groups

The Inland Northwest Railroad Museum is also happy to host field trips for schools. This is also available to homeschoolers and daycares under the Junior Engineer Program. These visits can be arranged by calling them at [509.796.3377] for more details.

Elevator services are provided to assist those with wheelchairs. The museum also has a special wheelchair that is available on a first-come, first-served basis to be used at the user’s risk. Bathrooms are also available.

Every year a few more things are added to the Inland Northwest Railroad Museum. Visitors are encouraged to wear good walking footwear. The Inland Northwest Railroad Museum does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender orientation, age, disability, marital status, or military status. All are welcome!

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Lefty has been writing online since 2000 on various topics, including youth mentoring, addiction recovery, parenting, gardening, advocating for seniors, sustainability, farming, and an eclectic mix of other topics. She resides on a farm with her family in Northeastern Washington State.

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