Model Train Camp at Historic Railpark &Train Museum
The Historic RailPark & Train Museum is offering a unique opportunity to kids providing hands-on fun in one of America's oldest and most important industries. During the one-day program campers will learn about railroad history, model trains and experience firsthand how to build railroad scenery displays.
Model Train Camp is an educational experience for kids who have an interest in railroads and railroading. The program is designed to teach kids about building model train displays while providing a simultaneous experience in the early history of U.S. railroads in the development and settlement of our country. Students will learn both modern and historic elements of America’s most vital transportation mode.
Kids will attend a day-long camp where they will participate in model train operations, interact with experienced sHOw Club model train hobbyist, learn building techniques, experience railroad history and work with various tools. Camp opportunities are offered on two separate days.
Model Train Camp: Wed. April 6, 2016
Model Train Camp: Wed. April 13, 2016
Camp is open to boys and girls who are currently 10 years or older. No prior experience is required. The cost for attending camp is $20 per camper for RailPark Members and $25 for non-members. Camp activities begin at 9:00am and finish at 4:00pm. Early drop off begins at 8:00am and late pick-up ends at 5:00pm. All materials needed for camp and lunch is provided. Space is limited and you must pre-register.
Applications can be picked up at the Historic RailPark & Train Museum, downloaded from our website.
For more information call 270-745-7317 or visit historicrailpark.com