Travel Town Museum

★★★★★
  • 5200 Zoo Dr

    Los Angeles, CA 90027

    Map & Directions
  • 323-662-5874

About Travel Town Museum

Hours
Monday To Friday From 10:00 AM To 04:00 PM Saturday To Sunday From 10:00 AM To 06:00 PM

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Definitely a must visit for family with kids. It has many retired trains around. Good for bday party as well. You can actually have party inside those trains.\r
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Entrance is free but donations is suggested

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Definitely a must visit for family with kids. It has many retired trains around. Good for bday party as well. You can actually have party inside those trains.\r
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Entrance is free but donations is suggested

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FREE Anytime. FREE Parking. $2 per person for the train ride.

I love this place. I had my sons 2 year old birthday party here. I didn't rent a caboose. Group was small. I brought picnic food, water, and blankets for us to sit on the grass. Lots of shade.

Make sure your kids bring small trains to play with. They have Train Table for them. I gave little trains for the kids to play wrapped in a bandanna along with snacks. My son was in awe of the trains and being able to walk on the tracks. After lunch we paid for everybody to get on the train. The toddlers LOVED it and I loved how easy it was.

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★★★★★

FREE Anytime. FREE Parking. $2 per person for the train ride.

I love this place. I had my sons 2 year old birthday party here. I didn't rent a caboose. Group was small. I brought picnic food, water, and blankets for us to sit on the grass. Lots of shade.

Make sure your kids bring small trains to play with. They have Train Table for them. I gave little trains for the kids to play wrapped in a bandanna along with snacks. My son was in awe of the trains and being able to walk on the tracks. After lunch we paid for everybody to get on the train. The toddlers LOVED it and I loved how easy it was.

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Even though it still retains its charming "mini" train that you can ride around the "park", they have definitely improved upon the attraction. They've not got a great area where they can put "out of commision" trains so they can be refurbished. They've cleaned up the park a little to make it more family friendly. I was recently here with my niece and her two little boys. It was their first visit...and I have to say it put smiles on my face to see a 3 & 6 year old romp around the trains with their conductor hats. The younger one didn't like the mini train much....but he'll grow out of it, I suppose. I definitely recommend the Travel Town "Museum" to families. There's plenty of parking, the picnic facilities are better than they used to be. It can be part of a Griffith Park adventure day...the observatory...the merry-go-round...the zoo...and picnic at Travel Town.

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★★★★☆

Even though it still retains its charming "mini" train that you can ride around the "park", they have definitely improved upon the attraction. They've not got a great area where they can put "out of commision" trains so they can be refurbished. They've cleaned up the park a little to make it more family friendly. I was recently here with my niece and her two little boys. It was their first visit...and I have to say it put smiles on my face to see a 3 & 6 year old romp around the trains with their conductor hats. The younger one didn't like the mini train much....but he'll grow out of it, I suppose. I definitely recommend the Travel Town "Museum" to families. There's plenty of parking, the picnic facilities are better than they used to be. It can be part of a Griffith Park adventure day...the observatory...the merry-go-round...the zoo...and picnic at Travel Town.

Pros: free

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OK, so there's no laser shows, death-defying rides or furry cartoon characters, there's just a bunch of old, empty trains. But toddlers sure seem to love to climb on the "choo-choos." And there's never a line for the ride around the park in the mini-train.

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★★★★☆

OK, so there's no laser shows, death-defying rides or furry cartoon characters, there's just a bunch of old, empty trains. But toddlers sure seem to love to climb on the "choo-choos." And there's never a line for the ride around the park in the mini-train.

Pros: inexpensive

Cons: gets hot in summer

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Travel Town is a museum run by the Los Angeles parks department, and is a refreshing change from the expensive museums and theme parks in the area. Ad...

 

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