Visit the Halton County Radial Railway!

Located in Milton, Ontario the museum is a great place for a day out (see our hours of operations). Admission includes unlimited historic streetcar rides on two kilometers of scenic track, which stops at our famous ice cream shop (approximately a 20 minute ride), access to the grounds, display barns and historic Rockwood Station. No admission is required to our Gift Shop where guests can find unique railway inspired gifts and tasty treats. Parking is FREE.

Thank You To Our Generous Supporters

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The HCRR is a non-profit organization, which relies on its volunteer base and public donations to maintain, restore and operate the museum. Please consider a donation towards an exciting project, or to our general fund.
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Join Our Team

The Halton County Radial Railway is run primarily by volunteers who undertake many collection, museum and administration tasks on a daily basis. Volunteers work on collection restorations and displays, maintenance, gift shop management, visitor services, and marketing needs for instance. Click the link below if you have a skill to share, are interested in learning new things, or would like to work with others who share an interest.

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Kids Birthday Parties

We have three options for parties held at the museum.

Back Room of the Welcome Centre , Rockwood Station, Caboose or Charter. Children’s Birthday Parties (10 years & under. Minimum of 20 people required.)
A flat rate of $8/person (no matter what age) is required, plus facility rate. Bring your own decorations, party materials and food. Snack Bar items are available at prevailing rates.

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Photo and Film Opportunities

The Halton County Radial Railway offers a unique background for photographs for any occasion. It has been used for weddings, engagements and other special events to create a more memorable day. The HCRR has been used for a number of film shoots over the years. The museum has a collection of railcars, work equipment and buses from the late nineteenth century to the mid-1990s.

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