The National Orphan Train Museum Contains Informative Exhibits Depicting The History Of The Orphan Train Movement. Photos And Memorabilia Offer Insight Into The Mass Relocation Of Over 250,000 Children Across The US From 1854 To 1929. The Research Center Houses The Archives And Artifacts From This Era, And Can Provide The Public With Research Assistance To Help Them Learn More About A Particular Orphan Train Rider. A Visit To This Museum Will Amaze And Touch Your Heart Like No Other Museum. Located In A Restored UP Depot, The Museum Is Open Tuesday-Friday From 9:30am-12pm, 1-4:30pm And Saturday 10am To 4pm. Admission Is $5 Adults, $3 Children, Students And Senior Citizens. Admission For Groups Of 10 Or More Is $4; School Group Admission Is $1.
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