Area Info
Follow Us
Facebook Twitter Youtube

December Hours

Tuesday-Sunday
10:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
Closed: Monday

All times are EST


Train Excursions

Saturday & Sunday
2:00 p.m.

KENTUCKY RAILWAY
MUSEUM


136 S. MAIN ST.
P.O. BOX 240
NEW HAVEN, KY 40051
800-272-0152





All Aboard

Area Info

BARDSTOWN:

Bardstown is the proud location of "My Old Kentucky Home". Bardstown's rich heritage includes Bourbon, the Civil War, Trains and unique Bed & Breakfast Inns-religious history and Stephen Foster- The Musical.

Visit visitbardstown.com.




ELIZABETHTOWN:

Centrally located, Elizabethtown is just 25 miles from the Kentucky Railway Museum. The city of Elizabethtown features such attractions as Schmidt's Museum of Coca-Cola Memorabilia, Brown-Pusey House and Swope's Cars of Yesteryear Museum.

Visit touretown.com.




LARUE COUNTY:

The town of Hodgenville is rich in history, and is also the birthplace of our nation's 16 th President, Abraham Lincoln. The county celebrates Lincoln Days the second weekend in October.

Visit laruecountychamber.com.




RADCLIFF/FORT KNOX:

Radcliff in a working relationship with Fort Knox, is the largest city in Hardin County. The city is home to the Patton Museum and the Gold Vault.

Visit radclifftourism.org.




SHEPHERDSVILLE-BULLITT COUNTY:

Antique shopping, country music, golfing and The World's Most Awesome Flea Market, all this can be found in Bullitt County. Country charm at its best. Only 45 minutes from New Haven.

Visit travelbullitt.org.