Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum

"The Railroad and Heritage Museum was founded in 1973 to collect, preserve and exhibit the history of the railroads and local history of Central Texas. The original collection was housed in the 1907 Moody Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe depot. In 1996, an ISTEA grant for renovating the Temple Santa Fe depot, which had been vacated by the railroad and was destined for demolition, was applied for and received. Three years later, in 1999, work on the restoration began. Dedication of the restored depot took place on July 8, 2000. The current home of the Museum is this beautifully restored depot."

Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Saturday: 10a - 4p
Sunday & Holidays: Closed

$4.00 (ages 13-59)
$3.00 (ages 60+)
$2.00 (ages 5-12)

Free admission for Active Military when presenting your current I.D.

315 West Avenue B
Temple, TX 76501
Phone: (254) 298-5172



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