Galveston Railroad Museum was formed with funds from Galveston businesswoman and philanthropist Mary Moody Northen and the Moody Foundation and now owned and operated by the Center for Transportation and Commerce that is a non-profit organization.
It houses one of the largest restored railroad collections in the southwest and one of the five largest in the country with over 20,000 railroad items that include over 40 engines and cars. Besides, its waiting room houses life-size plaster models of "ghosts of travelers past" that tell the story of their Victorian rail adventure when Galveston and its railroads were at the heart of Texas commerce.
So, make your trip to this most unique museum of Galveston with all your family members and add some more excitement and charm to your Galveston vacation.
While here, you need not bother about accommodation, as there are some excellent hotels located near Galveston Railroad Museum, one of which is Harbor House. This hotel is famous for offering great lodging with world class amenities.