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Really Cool Stuff Opens March 1st – Features Gyro Copter

Our Really Cool Stuff exhibit opens March 1st. Exhibit includes one-of-a kind artifacts you won't see anywhere else! Here's a list of our really cool stuff: Banner Buggy Co. “Dr.’s Buggy” circa late 1800s Banner Buggy Co. Surrey circa late 1800s Albany Coach Manufactory Cutter Sleigh Storm Buggy or Cozy Coach circa late 1800s 1830s Passenger Car 1850s Horse-drawn Coach 1870s Railway Mule Car 1920 Buick Motor Bus 1929 Street Sweeper 1937 Produce Huckster Truck 1957 Cushman Eagle Scooter Gyro

Santa with Reindeer and Visits Via Helicopter

Santa has chosen to celebrate the holidays this Friday and Saturday, November 24th and 25th, at St. Louis's very own National Museum of Transportation. Friday the 24th, Santa and live reindeer will visit with children from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at our Orthwein Center. Bring those requests! Saturday the 25th, Santa flies in by helicopter near Orthwein at 10 a.m. and will be visiting with children until 2 p.m. Since Santa will have really enjoyed his Thanksgiving feast, there won't be enough room in the helicopter for Rudolph. No matter--seeing Santa fly in just to listen to kiddo's requests will be perfect! The miniature train will be operating both days from 9:20 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Can't make it to see Santa but still want to ride the train? Sunday the 26th would be a fabulous day for that excursion, 11:40 a.m. to 3:20

Restoration – The Unveiling

On May 20, 2017, the National Museum of Transportation unveiled the restored Wabash 573 and NYC 2933 in Roberts'

Greenscape Gardens – Thanks!

Thanks Greenscape Gardens Greenscape Gardens donated a sustainable native perennial garden just past the train tracks as you enter by the Orthwein Center. Greenscape's perennials manager Laura Tetley designed, and volunteers installed, the garden this fall. Please help us care for this garden by guiding children to the sidewalk in the center

Honeysuckle Hack

Honeysuckle hackers unite Students from Minnesota’s Students Today Leaders Forever (STLF), Parkway SPARKS! and Principia Middle School removed invasive honeysuckle shrubs along a large section of the creek leading to the pond and planted native seeds on the bare soil left behind. There’s still more to do. Please let us know if you have a group that would like to come out. Contact April at team.nature.ed@gmail.com to plan your spring work day