Welcome to the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum!
The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum, located in Hamburg, PA, is owned and operated by the
Reading Company Technical & Historical Society, a non-profit corporation dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the Reading Railroad. Open to the public since 2008, the Museum tells the story of the Reading Railroad, one of the world's largest corporations, made even more famous by the game of MONOPOLY. Currently in the initial stages of development, the Museum features vintage railroad cars and locomotives, photographs, documents and artifacts from the Reading Railroad.
The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum is located at
500 S. Third Street, Hamburg PA.
Hours are Saturdays 10 AM to 4 PM and Sundays noon to 4 PM.
Admission: Adults $7, Seniors (65+) $6, Children (5 - 12) $3, Children 4 and under FREE. RCT&HS members FREE. Groups of 10 or more $5 each- must be arranged at least two weeks in advance.
For more information about visiting us, click here.
AMTRAK TRAIN RIDE!!!!
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Philadelphia to Harrisburg and return over former Reading rails not used for passengers in over 30 years .
Travel over the "high line" in Philadelphia, through Pottstown, downtown Reading, Lebanon, Hershey.
Tickets available exclusively from RCT&HS
$145 each from Philadelphia 30th
$175 includes bus from Reading
To reserve your seat, call 610-777-3764 or email email@example.com St. Station First come, first served! Tickets are limited.
RAiL - Reading Arts in Local - Motion
There may no longer be a Reading Railroad, but that doesn’t mean there can’t be a train that “ties” our past to our future. We want to bring the train back to Reading for a very special reason. All too often, segments of the Greater Reading Pennsylvania community feel alienated from the arts. To some of our neighbors, art is inaccessible. We’d like to change that! Reading Arts In Local-motion, or RAiL, is a project that will bring the arts to the community — literally and figuratively. The vision is to develop a new “Reading Railroad,” that showcases art in a variety of forms and travels around Greater Reading and Berks County. Launched in three phases, RAiL is a transmedia arts project that will provide canvas, location, and audience to Reading area artists in multiple disciplines.