Upcoming Event THIS WEEKEND!: Pumpkin Express Train & Bash

Join us May through October to ride the rails in the beautiful and scenic St. Croix River Valley!  Enjoy a family ride or choose to ride on one of our first flass dinner trains. Or enjoy brunch or lunch on our pizza train!

St. Croix Valley Railway
114 Depot Rd.
Osceola, WI. 54020

Tickets: 651-228-0263
Excursion Hours:
Saturday & Sunday 
(May - October)

Click here for train ride dates and times.

Have you seen our vintage buses roaming around the Twin Cities?!  

Join us on the streets for our city tours of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

Learn about our unforgettable evenings of local, Minnesota brewery and bus tours!  

You may even see our buses spontaneously around town for our #popupbustours!

Visit our "events" page to see if there are any bus events coming up!

And our vintage buses are available for private rental too!

Join us Memorial Day through Labor Day at Minnehaha Falls, for historic exhibits at the Minnehaha Depot!

Located in Minnehaha Park near Highway 55 and Minnehaha Parkway.

Sundays: 1:00pm-5:00pm
(Memorial Day - Labor Day) 
more of the Hunt For History video series
REAL Train Rides!

Every Saturday from 10am - 4pm

Ride a 100-year old caboose down our tracks at Jackson Street Roundhouse located in Saint Paul!

For longer, scenic, and seasonal rides, our Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway provides beautiful
train rides through the St. Croix River Valley.

The train runs every Saturday and Sunday,
May through October!

  1. Real Train Rides every Sat.
    Real Train Rides every Sat.
  2. Interactive Simulators
    Interactive Simulators
  3. Working Blacksmith Shop
    Working Blacksmith Shop

1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month at
Jackson Street Roundhouse Museum & Museum
in Saint Paul from 10am - 12pm.

To view the Tots & Trains reading and craft schedule and to buy tickets, visit our " Events " page.

Minnesota Transportation Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and relies upon generous individuals, foundations, and corporations to help preserve Minnesota Transportation Museum, and to educate visitors from all over the world.