Ride the Rails During Southeastern Railway Museum’s Summer Camp

Students between the ages of four and 12 years old can learn about the wonders rail transportation during the Southeastern Railway Museum’s summer camps this June.

The theme for this year’s camps is “Riding the Rails,” and during the week-long camp, attendees will learn about different types of rail transportation, including trains, subways, cable cars, street cars, incline railroads, monorails and roller coasters.

Camps will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 18-22 and again from July 23-27. The museum is offering camps for three age groups: ages 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12.

The early bird cost is $170 if registered before May 1. After May 1, the fee is $195.

The camp also includes a daily lesson, activities, crafts, story time and time for lunch. The museum will provide a daily snack; parents are to provide lunch for their campers.

The camp concludes with a graduation ceremony on Friday.

Attendees will take a pair of train rides — one in a full-size caboose and the other on the park train.

For more information, visit southeasternrailwaymuseum.org.

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