Take a step back in time as you enter Chi-Town Union Station as you enter Chicago circa 1950’s!
Grab your young conductor and head to Commerce for a few hours of train fueled fun. Explore how the train stations in Chicago operated in the 1950-1960’s, and their arrival and department times. See tons of O-Scale model trains everywhere around you, even under your feet and above your head. Talk with knowledgeable experts about how the trains work, upkeep and more.
Chi-Town Union Station set a world record for longest model train at 1,112 feet long in 2010! The museum currently has 10,000 feet of track and runs tons of trains all over. You never know which one will move next!
Looking for more fun places to take your train lover? Check out our list of train filled fun in Metro Detroit!
Chi-Town Union Station is open Friday-Sunday 11am-5pm. Admission is: Adults $6, Kids 5 and older $3, Under 5 is FREE! You can also use the MAP Pass for $1 off admission.
Chi-Town Union Station // 8275 Cooley Lake Rd, Commerce Charter Twp, MI 48382