Schedule: The museum is open May 10th-October 19th (Saturdays-Thursdays). The museum is CLOSED to the public on Fridays. Special spring operating dates include April School Vacation Trains: Monday, April 21st through Sunday, April 27th: Trains also operate select dates in November & December for the Polar Express.
Hours of Operation (Regular Season Only/May-October): The museum is open 10am-4pm during the regular season. The museum is closed to the public on Fridays. Trains run on the hour at 10am, 11am, Noon, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. The train ride lasts approximately 40 minutes. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes before the hour – trains depart from the museum on time! Note: Our Diesel Engine is in operation most days.
Parking: Parking is available in front of the museum, however, Space may be limited. If the lot is full, metered parking is available on the street or at the Ocean Gateway Parking Garage at 167 Fore Street.
Train Tickets: Adults-$10 | Seniors-$9 | Children (Age 3-12)-$6 | Children (2 & Under)-Free. Train ticket includes museum admission & tickets are good all day. Train ride is approximately 40 minutes long.
Museum Admission: Adults-$3 | Seniors-$2 | Children (Age 3-12)-$2 | Children (2 & Under)-Free
Family Pass: For just $100 a family of four can enjoy unlimited train rides and visits to the museum for a full calendar year. A substantial savings! Check out the Annual Pass page for more information.
Group Tours: We welcome group visits! Group rates (for train ride and museum visit) are: $9 per adult/$8 per senior/$5 per child. Note: Group rates available with advanced reservations only. Please call ahead to book your group visit. We can accommodate most any size group. We are handicap-accessible.
Directions: From I 295 (North or South) – Take Franklin Street Arterial (Exit 7). Turn Left on Fore Street. The museum is located at 58 Fore Street in the Portland Company complex on the right hand side. Drive through the complex to park in front of the museum, on the waterfront. The entrance faces the water. View Google Map: Map: Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum .