Canadian Museum of Rail Travel

57 Van Horne St./Hwy. 3/95
Cranbrook, BC V1C 4H9- Map It
(250) 489-3918

AAA Editor Notes

Canadian Museum of Rail Travel is at 57 Van Horne St. (Hwy. 3/95). The museum restores and preserves vintage Canadian Pacific Railway passenger train sets, including cars from the luxury Trans-Canada Limited. The lifestyle of rail travel is reflected in trains from 1880 to 1955, including cars of state, business and royalty. On the grounds is the original three-story café from the Canadian Pacific Railway's Royal Alexandra Hotel of Winnipeg. Several guided tours, ranging from 15 to 35 minutes in length, are available and can be taken in various combinations. The 2-hour Grand Tour includes 17 railcars and three historic rooms. Guided tours are available. Time: Allow 1 hour, 30 minutes minimum.
Museum exhibits free. Grand Tour $16.80; $14.35 (ages 65+); $8.58 (ages 15-18 and students with ID); $3.82 (ages 1-14).
Hours: Museum Tues.-Sat. 10-5 (also Sun.-Mon. 10-5, July-Aug.). Closed Jan. 1, Christmas and day after Christmas.