Railroad Museum and Visitor's Center ("Locomotive Park")
Free, donations welcome.
|Douglas, WY Chamber
- ADA Accessible
- Historical Features
- Picnic Shelters
- Picnic Tables
- Train Tours
Sharing the grounds with the Douglas Railroad Interpretive Center and the Visitor's Center, Locomotive Park/Railroad Interpretive Center is located at the intersection of Brownfield Road and West Yellowstone Highway. Features include shaded picnic tables and train cars on display.
The D.R.I.C. museum is home to a variety of train cars, including a locomotive, dining car, caboose and motor car for visitors to explore, inside and out. The Douglas Visitor's Center is housed in what was once the passenger depot. The building dates back to 1886 and retired from service in 1970. With a renovation from the City of Douglas, the building re-opened in 1995 in its current state.
FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT: Every Monday in July from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. at the Interpretive Center. Open to the public. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy popcorn and a movie outdoors.
RAILROAD DAYS: Railroad Days are held each year in June to kick of the annual Jackalope Days celebration in Douglas.
How to Get There
Take I-25 Exit 140 onto Yellowstone Highway. Go east past McDonald's and across the North Platte River. As the highway bends, look for the Interpretive Center on the right, at the intersection of Yellowstone and Brownfield Road.