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We went up as a group and spent about 2 hours there, a couple bldgs were closed, but still a lot to see. A $7 donation gets you in to see history back then come to life. Period clothing, printing office, barber and beauty shop,...More
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this very quaint museum. The volunteers who manned the museum were very knowledgeable and did an outstanding job of highlighting the treasures of the museum.
I was in heaven looking through this museum. Definitely the highlight of my 395 highway journey. Spent a good few hours (would have been more but husband was bored) going through each building's exhibits. From a railroad depot, to a house full of old bottles,...More
Up there right at 4 PM, but the nice man allowed us to come in and look around. It was a treasure trove of a look back in time. We thoroughly enjoyed looking at the antiques that were plentiful. We highly recommend this short trip...More
I enjoyed my visit. They suggest a $7 donation but there is no required entrance fee. I really enjoyed seeing the exhibits and collections of old things. It is not very organized as far as museums go and many things are not labeled or explained...More
So fun!! A great place for young kids. Mine are 13, 7, and 3 and they loved running around and looking at all the buildings and seeing relics. We went on the short train ride and they enjoyed it but it wasn’t thrilling but it...More
While traveling to Mammoth we passed through Bishop and saw the signs to the rail museum, so we followed the signs and were pleasantly surprised at what we found.
The staff were very friendly and entry was via a donation. The museum had many buildings...More