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The entry is only 2Q for adults and 1Q for children. They charge tourists the same as locals. Sadly you can’t take a lot of pictures but you can take pictures of the trains. We found a worker who was kind enough to explain more...More
Our 3 year old son loves trains so visiting this museum was a must see for us while on our trip to Guatemala. We decided to visit on our way to the airport from Antigua. It was a little off of the beaten path for...More
Well worth an hour's visit to see the detailed history of Guatemala's railways and trains. It's just said that the railways are now of the past and from the state of the roads in the country, it would have been better for the lines to...More
An excellent overview of the life and times of the Guatemala railroad. A gines gauge system that incorporated most of the highlands and spanned form the east to the west, the story of construction and significant bridges and curves are featured. A number of engines...More
The museum has old trains that where used 40 years ago to transport people and goods from Pacific to Atlantic, they still are in very good conditions. Not much to see but the few things they have are very interesting.