The Richmond Railroad Museum is located at the site of the historic Hull Street Station. This station was a significant railroad station in the city of Richmond, Virginia. It was constructed by the Southern Railway as a replacement for the Mill Street Station. The history of the station adds a layer of historical significance to the museum, making it a site of interest for those keen on understanding the evolution of rail transport in the region.
Since 2011, the Hull Street Station has been the site of the Richmond Railroad Museum. The station is owned and operated by the Old Dominion Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS). The NRHS's involvement ensures that the museum is run by those with a deep understanding and appreciation of railway history, promising a well-curated and informative experience for visitors.
History & Anthropology Science & Technology
11:00 – 16:00
13:00 – 16:00
|0 – 5||Free|
|6 – 13||$5.00|
|14 – 64||$10.00|
Hull Street 102, Richmond
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