Yes, if the personal food is consumed outside our buildings. We have tables outdoors available on the grounds for your picnicking pleasure. We do not allow externally sourced food to be consumed inside our cafe which is regularly inspected. Keeping all guests safe regarding food quality, allergies, sensitivities, intolerances, and immune reactions is important! Be sure to check out our cafe menu before you visit!
Sure! Dogs on leashes are welcome on our outside grounds, but not within the Museum’s buildings.
We are open year-round! Our hours are seasonal, but you may find the most current schedule and download a full year calendar on our hours and admission page.
Most definitely! For groups of many ages, the museum has resources for furthering transportation education in our community. Please see our school groups page for more information and classroom resource downloads.
The museum is a privately owned organization that is supported by our staff, members, volunteers, organizations, admissions and people just like you. If you’re interested in learning about the history of The National Museum of Transportation, please see our about page.
Volunteers are welcome! In fact, there are many ways to contribute to The National Museum of Transportation. If you’re interested in volunteering, donating, or contributing to the Museum, please check out our support page.
- Outside the front of Orthwein Visitor’s Center
- Outside the Earl C. Lindburg Automobile Building, closer to the Library side