Boothbay Railway Village

Nowhere else in New England can you experience a steam train ride, historical village exhibits and an outstanding collection of more than 60 antique vehicles in one museum. The Boothbay Railway Village offers the unique environment of a rural village, beautiful gardens, and a village green surrounded by 28 historic structures including the 1847 Boothbay Town Hall, the 1923 Spruce Point Chapel, 1911 Freeport Station and 1871 Thorndike Station. The Museum operates Henschel narrow gauge steam engines circa 1913 – 1938 that are fired with hard anthracite coal. The cars in the auto exhibit include nearly a dozen forms of Ford Model Ts, as well as a wide variety of other vehicles from 1902 Rambler to 1962 Rolls Royce Silver Could II. The Village is open Memorial Day – Columbus Day (weekends only through mid-June, then daily from June 12 – Columbus Day.) Our hours are 9:30 – 5, trains depart on the hour from 10 -4 daily.

Discounted Admission