The Colorado Railroad Museum offers educators the resources they need to explore
Colorado History at the Museum or in the classroom.
EXPLORE MORE OF THE MUSEUM
FIELD TRIPSStudents are immersed in Colorado history at the Colorado Railroad Museum. Field trips to the museum can address standards in Social Studies, Language Arts, Science, and Art standards for the Colorado Core Curriculum.
Student Group Admission
$4 per child, ages 2-15. Advanced reservations are required for children’s groups and there is a maximum of 60 children per group. We require one adult supervisor for every seven children (ages 12 and up) and one supervisor for every five children (under 12). Supervisors receive free Museum admission.
WATCH BEFORE YOUR VISIT
The Colorado Railroad Museum introduces three new trunks focusing on themes of social change, technology and communities.
Explore various objects unique to train travel to better understand the influence of railroads on Colorado’s settlement.
Schedule your reservation today by calling 303-279-4591 or email the Education & Exhibit Curator.
Rail Days: A Colorado Fieldtrip
2nd to 6th Grades
10:00AM – 1:00PM
April 24 – 26
$8 per participant, per day
Paid reservations required by Wednesday, April 17.
Join the Colorado Railroad Museum as we celebrate the impact of railroads on Colorado History. Ride behind one of the actual locomotives that rode the Colorado rails in the 19th and early 20th centuries before visiting historic rail cars unique to Colorado’s story. Explore what it took to work on the railroad, sing railroad songs, try your hand on the telegraph, design a china plate, try turning the turntable and more. Applications available online by clicking here.