P.O. Box 39, 205 Railroad Avenue, Danville, CA 94526
(925) 837-3750
Located at the corner of Railroad and Prospect Avenues in Downtown Danville

Current Exhibit

Totally Trains
Running through the Depot

June 23 - August 17

We have expanded the length of the exhibit and our exhibit hours to accommodate our visitor’s enthusiasm for this exhibit.

We are once again using the Museum’s own wonderful train collection including the popular Lady Lionel or Girl’s Train.  The exhibit will feature the Museum’s O- Gauge models that span the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries with freight and passenger trains pulled by both diesel and steam engines.  The Museum’s scratch-built village models, including the replica of the Museum, the former Danville SP Depot, will be on display along with selected Lionel pieces on loan again to the Museum from Bob and Cheryl Miranda.


Don’t forget to purchase our Totally Trains Family Pass!  The family ticket is only $10.00 again this year and allows for a daily visit to the Museum during the train exhibit’s run. 



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