Night at the Museum in Houston

Night at the Museum in Houston

The notable 1907 Depot Museum in Tomball is partaking in a territorial festival of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. This instructive display introduces the notable mission in video, photographs, a small diorama and that’s just the beginning. Going with the showcase is a subsequent display regarding the NASA Railroad and its numerous years supporting America’s space program at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

Other lasting presentations at the Tomball Depot Museum incorporate two very nitty gritty model railroad designs, railroad curios and memorabilia, a 50-year-old rear and upkeep shed loaded up with instruments and gear, unique railroad craftsmanship by artist Ken Walden, vagabond display and parts more. We’re excited to launch our first event after our major renovations by the professional Houston roofers from Lone Star Roofing.

Affirmation and stopping are free. The Depot is at 201 South Elm Street in downtown Tomball. Entryways are open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Weekday visits are accessible for gatherings of at least eight with bookings ahead of time.

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