National Museum of Mexican Railroads



REVIEW

The National Museum of Mexican Railroads, opened its doors on May 5, 1988 on the premises that belonged to the Mexican Railway and the Mexican South stations, in the city of Puebla and since then it has been dedicated to the rescue, preservation, study and dissemination of the history, technology and culture of the railroad. As a result of its work, today shows and holds the most valuable assets generated by the railroad, making it one of the most important of its kind in Mexico and Latin America.

Upon admission to its extensive facilities, visitors can admire the beauty and majesty of steam locomotives, electric and diesel power, freight cars and passenger coaches of different classes, times and places, as well as the equipment and tools used in the different branches of railway work.

Through exhibitions, publications, lectures, congresses and meetings, the Museum promotes the dissemination and research on the railroads and work permanently in communication and educational proposals that promote the rapprochement of the different audiences to the rail network in an experiential, fun and participatory way.

ADDRESS

Calle 11 Norte 1005 , esquina con 10 Poniente, Col. Puebla Centro, C.P. 72000, Puebla, Puebla

OPENNING HOURS

From Tuesday to Sunday, 09:00 - 17:00 hrs.
Entrada Libre: Niños, estudiantes y maestros con credencial; adultos mayores y personas con capacidades diferentes no pagan. Los domingos. / El Museo cerrará el 25 de diciembre y 1 de enero

PRICES

$14

SERVICIOS

Guide visits | Special visits | Ticket office | Lavatories | Blue print library | Map library | Game room | Photographic library | Expositions | Parking | Digitalization and restoration | Summer course | Conferences | Concerts | Season of videoart and cinema | Reference center | Electronic bulletin | Library | Attention to school groups

CONTACT

Tel. (222) 774 0105 y 06
museoferrocarriles@conaculta.gob.mx

ACTIVITIES OF THIS PRECINCT

Trains and Stations in Puebla

September 15 to November 26 2017

No Borders

November 12 2017 to April 22 2018