AAA Editor Notes
Union Pacific Railroad Museum is 2 mi. n. off I-80 exit 3, e. on Willow, then s. to 200 Pearl St. Housed in a 1903 Beaux Arts-style Carnegie library, the museum chronicles the history of the Union Pacific, from the building of its first transcontinental railroad up to modern-day railroad operations.
Of interest are interactive exhibits, furnishings from Abraham Lincoln's funeral car, a locomotive simulator, a firearm and signal lantern collection and an exhibit about passenger travel featuring Union Pacific's collection of railroad china and silver service. Temporary exhibits also are offered.
Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.