St. Croix River tourist train to tentatively resume rides in early September

Historic railway based in Osceola hopes to offer limited trips starting Labor Day weekend.




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Via Minnesota Transportation Museum:

On board the Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway. (Greg Seitz, St. Croix 360)

The current health pandemic has caused disruptions in all our lives, and that includes the Minnesota Transportation Museum and its Osceola & St. Croix Valley Railway. At the present time, we are following the guidance of our elected leaders and health officials by remaining closed to the public. Some limited volunteer work is taking place in a safe and healthy manner, in order to prepare the museum and railway for resuming operations as soon as possible.

We are tentatively scheduled to resume operations for the Fall Color season in September and October. You are encouraged to book your tickets early. If there is a need to cancel the season, you will have the option of a refund or applying the ticket to next season. Click below to schedule a trip for you and your significant others.

Minnesota Transportation Museum is a non-profit organization that collects, preserves, interprets and operates a historic railroad and transportation equipment and artifacts in order to tell the story of transportation history through unique attractions and engaging experiences.


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St. Croix River tourist train to tentatively resume rides in early September