Your Nevada State Museums’ staff and volunteers support Governor’s Sisolak’s call to “Stay Home for Nevada” and are closed until further notice. Please review this site for further updates on when operations will resume. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.


2020 (January to November)

Museum regular hours are 9:00am to 3:30pm, 7 Days a Week. The Museum is closed on Nevada Holidays.

The Outdoor Pavillion Exhibits includes a vintage caboose and Railway Post Office car are open during these hours.

On weekends, visit the Depot Store, Model Railroad car, and Live Steamer trains. All are subject to staffing availability. Steamers normally operate on the second and fourth Saturdays. For more information, visit our Events page HERE.

For a list of Frequently Asked Questions click HERE.

Train Ride Schedule

Saturdays & Sundays - Departure Times:

10:00 am & 11:30 am, 1:00 pm & 2:30 pm.

ADVANCE PURCHASE NOT REQUIRED for regular weekend rides.

(Summer Schedules change due to heat)

Note: December Schedules are different.

(Train ride is approximately 35 min.)

Rail Explorers operations schedules vary. Check their schedule HERE.

Train Ride Fares

Regular Weekend Rides ONLY:

Adults (12 yrs and up) - $10.00

Child (4-11 yrs) - $5.00

Children (3 yrs and under) - Free

Special Event Pricing Separate

Groups: 12 or more ADULT tickets may be purchased in a block at least 15 minutes before departure time. Cost is $7 per adult.

Cab Rides - $35.00 per person

Caboose Rides - $15.00 per person

Story Time Train

Third Saturday of each month
No extra charge
Regular fare applies
Members ride free!


Live Steamers

Ride on 7 & 1/2" Gauge Park Trains

Click here for more info

Model Railroad

Open most Saturdays and Sundays

Click here for more info


Museum Pavilion

Open daily 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
(Some Holidays excepted)


Visit the Museum and see first hand the importance of this historic railway.


Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our goal to preserve and conserve our local railway history.


Create a special experience by chartering the train for your wedding or special event.

Special Events at the Nevada State Railroad Museum