Come ride the Bunny Train to celebrate the Easter Holiday! Visit with the Easter Bunny in our decorated train cars and enjoy a tour of our museum grounds. This event will be scaled down due to the COVID19 pandemic and will not include an Easter Egg hunt like in previous years. Passengers showing up less than 30 minutes before their scheduled train ride are not guaranteed to have a visit from the Easter Bunny. More details are available at psrm.org/bunny-train.
For the safety of our passengers and volunteers, all persons over the age of 2 years old, regardless of whether they are fully vaccinated, must wear a face covering for the duration of the train ride and while in any enclosed building at the Museum. Face masks may be purchased at the Campo Depot if you do not bring a face covering.
It’s that time of year again; the next Brakeman Class at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum is less than two months away and there are still spaces available! This two-day hands-on class is offered twice a year and is the first step for those interested in becoming a volunteer for our weekend excursion train operations. The class will be held on April 3 and 10, 2021. See the brakeman class webpage for more information and to sign up. Museum membership is the only prerequisite.
Good news! The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum in Campo, CA is open! Come join us on Saturdays and Sundays for a 50 minute train ride through the beautiful mountains of Eastern San Diego County and tour our outdoor exhibits. You can purchase tickets today at psrm.org/tickets. For the safety of our guests, reservations are required to ride the train. Museum grounds are open from 9 AM until 5 PM. Masks are required while inside our gift shop, restrooms, and while aboard the train. Come enjoy the outdoors with us!