Train Days at San Bernardino County Museums

Train Days at San Bernardino County Museums

San Bernardino – Families and children from all over the Inland Empire region join model train enthusiasts and locomotive lovers are encouraged to visit the San Bernardino County Museum in Redlands and Victor Valley Museum in Apple Valley for Train Days. The exhibits opened April 7 and will continue through April 15. This annual event features operating model trains and family programming. 

At the Redlands museum, model train layouts will be running throughout the museum and a trackless train will be available for ticketed rides on the weekends. At the Victor Valley Museum, the Antelope Valley N-scalers return and will be joined by a local group of train enthusiasts who will add a second layout in the galleries. In addition, a trackless train will be available for ticketed rides on the weekends along with other family activities. Train Days at this county museum branch in Apple Valley will be open the weekend of April 7 and 8, and reopen Wednesday, April 11–April 15. The Victor Valley Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. For more information, visit

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