"Talk and Roll"-ing Stock Crazy Train TourHuntsville, Ontario
Patrimoine, Autre — Coup d’œil en coulisse , Entretien et discussion
We'll be offering guided behind the (normally) closed train door tours of our rail shed. This is where the locomotives and coaches are not only stored; but also where any mechanical work is completed. This area, normally off-limits, will be opened up and our very knowledgeable staff and volunteers will guide you through the rolling stock, explain what's what and answer any questions that both train aficionados and amateurs may have.
Guided tours start at 12:00 noon and run every 1/2 hour until 4:00 pm
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement n’est pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Tour, Musée, Site historique
|ven 28 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
|sam 29 sep||12h00 à 16h00|
|dim 30 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
En cas de pluie :
This event is rain or shine
100 Forbes Hill Drive
Muskoka Heritage Place - Train Shed
Brunel Rd and left on Park Drive Park either at the Huntsville High School lot or at the Canada Summit Centre and walk between the Canada Summit Centre and our large grey train shed building. Sign will be posted at the door where the tours originate.
Muskoka Heritage Place
Muskoka Heritage Place is a museum and historical attraction that sits on 96 acres and boasts: two museums, 16 fully furnished pioneer buildings, costumed interpreters, farm animals and the Portage Flyer train. The Portage Flyer train is a fully operational steam locomotive which pull our two authentic open-air coaches on a little more than a km of track; along the Muskoka River to Fairy Lake. Muskoka Museum is open year-round / Pioneer Village and Train: mid-May to mid-October