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A Visit to the Smoky Mountain Trains Museum

We took a road trip to visit the Smoky Mountain Trains Museum in Bryson City, NC. This museum houses a large collection of Lionel trains, cars, and accessories.


All along the walls in the museum are display cases filled with Lionel trains and cars.




There are several small model train layouts but the biggest draw is the main O-gauge layout. An added bonus for the young and young at heart is the scavenger hunt the makes you focus on all the details of the layout in order to find the hidden items. We were able to find all the items without any assistance but it was definitely a challenge.







The Smoky Mountain Trains Museum is a nice way to spend and hour or so when in Bryson City, NC.


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