We took the grandkids and they really liked it. Its a small building so its perfect for them to walk around by themselves.
We were staying at the Chesapeake Resort and went over to check out the museum. The lady there was very friendly and loved what she did - showed us around and explained in detail the pictures and artifacts. Never knew anything about this railroad from DC to Chesapeake Beach.. Do not miss this museum when visiting Chesapeake Beach.
This is more like a freestanding train that you can walk through at your convenience. It was fun for the children to see an old train, but calling it a museum is a stretch.
This museum was very focused on the days of the rail line to this resort in times gone by. Examples of swim wear of the times were on display.
The Railcar is really one of the best attraction in the town....and McDonalds. I would go see it if you happen to be in the area.
This sweet little museum has incredible pictures and artifacts from the days when Chesapeake Beach was a destination via the train from DC. My daughter visited and was touched by how kind the person working the museum was to her. You will find many facts and tidbits of days gone by. We wish that the roller coaster was still around... 更多
The musuem is in an old railroad car and is very small. But they have some unique period pieces. The volunteer railroad guide staff are very friendly and full of interesting stories.
This is a fun and very informative museum. The staff are very friendly and well informed. I'm not a big train buff or anything but I still found it to be entertaining. It is right in the heart of town and next to the spa and hotel. Plenty of restaurants, shops nearby plus the beach and boardwalk. Nice place to... 更多
This little museum is next to the Hotel and Spa. It takes up just a few yards of space, but the greeters are informed and friendly and the exhibits are interesting to all-ages.
Not easy to find initially and only open very limited hours but a great find once you get there. Very small but a lot of information crammed in all about Chesapeake Beach and its history. Very knowledgable and enthusiastic curator. Free of charge to look around. Fascinating and well worth a visit,