End-O-Line Railroad Park And Museum, Currie

4.9
#111 of 173 in Museums in Minnesota
We are open for the public five days a week from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day and by special arrangement.



Our hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are closed on Monday and Tuesday's except for holidays and special arrangement.



End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum

440 North Mill Street

Currie, Minnesota 56123

507-763-3708



EOL Admission fee:



Adult (18 years and older) $7.00

Student (6 -17 years) $5.00

Children under 5 - Free

School Bus Tours - $2.00 per person



End-O-Line Park is nestled on the northern edge of an historic community, Currie, Minnesota. Founded in 1872 by Neil and Archibald Currie, this place was thought to be the most beautiful country with the Des Moines River moving across the prairie and Lake Shetek in the west. The End-O-Line Railroad Park is located on Murray County 38 off of US Hwy 30 in Currie.
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End-O-Line Railroad Park And Museum Reviews
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  • What a great railroad museum! The displays, trains, buildings and grounds are very well kept. Our tour guide was wonderful! He was engaging and open to all of our questions and curiosity!  more »
  • This place is a true work of railroad history in the 1800s and early 1900s. Definitely do the tour also. The lady we had was a complete wealth of knowledge that is with the few extra bucks. The turnta...  more »
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  • We took our boys there for a fun Saturday adventure and had a fanatic time! Lynn was our tour guide and she made the whole experience wonderful, and was especially patient with our boys and their limited attention span. The history they have is exceptionally preserved and displayed in a fun and informative way making it perfect for all ages. In fact, I want to go back without the kids just to take it all in! It's definitely worth the trip and you can jump right over to Shetek State Park for a picnic and fun right afterward too.
  • I like the history there. Lots of old artifacts and detailed presentations. We didnt do the guided tour, just walked around and looked at things.

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