Celebrating and Preserving Palmerston’s Railway Heritage
Due to the current environment with Covid-19, and out of an abundance of caution and care for our staff, volunteers and patrons we will not be accepting appointments at this time to visit the Museum. Please continue to monitor our Facebook page and website for future updates.
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Enjoy a day trip to the Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum!
Experience Wellington County’s only original railway station and one of the few designated as a railway museum in this part of Ontario.
Minto Farmers’ Market at the Museum All Summer Long!
Saturdays, June – September • 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Get a taste of the railway and 100% locally grown fruits and vegetables, home baking, meat, cheese, maple syrup, and more! Find vendor information and special event details on the Minto Farmers’ Market website.
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One of Palmerston’s treasured landmarks, “Old 81” is a memorial to the days when “Iron Horses” were stabled within the Town.
Read a brief history of how the railway came to Palmerston.
The Pedestrian Bridge is considered Palmerston’s most unique and treasured landmark.
The Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum is a non-profit organization managed by volunteers.
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