Dennison Railroad Depot Museum is at 400 Center St. This 1873 railroad depot was a popular stop for servicemen during World War II who nicknamed it “Dreamsville” because of the exemplary service they received. Volunteers and the Salvation Army gave free food and comfort to more than 1.5 million soldiers passing through the depot.
Five railroad cars are on the grounds, including a World War II hospital car. Railroad memorabilia, uniforms, photographs and World War II relics are displayed. A theater presents a film about the depot's role from 1941-45, and an interactive children's railroad car is available.