Relive the grand age of steam engines with AJECTA at the Living Railroad Museum!
The Youth Association for the Maintenance and Preservation of Old Trains (AJECTA) invites you to take a ride on the rails of history at the Living Railroad Museum.
You can visit an impressive train depot full of enormous engines. Its wooden roundhouse, which dates from 1911, is designated as a Historic Monument. This ingenious construction made it possible to select the right locomotive.
The museum offers a unique collection made up of 10 locomotive engines dating from 1866 to 1943. AJECTA has completely restored some of them.
A journey through time awaits you: from a Pullman luxury car from the Roaring ’20s to a third-class passenger car and a restaurant car. And don’t forget a nice steam bath!
AJECTA regularly organises special train rides on the national rail network lines (based on availability).
Tourism, gastronomy, history and enlightening guides are always available on these railway “cruises” and other Steam Days:
• Saturday 15 February 2020 : Saint Valentine’s evening: discovery of the museum and dinner in an iconic restaurant-car.
Sunday 12 & Monday 13 April 2020: The Easter Eggs’s train (cancelled).
Saturday 16 May 2020: Museum night’s dinner in an iconic restaurant-car, as part of The European Museum’s Night (cancelled).
• Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 September 2020: Steam train Days, during European Heritage Days: discover half a century of railway preservation. Presentation of the association’s work sites. Railway flea market, modeler networks and exhibitors with railway themes (to be confirmed).
• Saturday 31 October 2020: The Pumpkin train of Halloween, shiver with delight in the steam train between Longueville and Provins (to be confirmed).
• Sunday 13 December 2020: The Santa Claus steam train (to be confirmed).
Schedules, Welcome conditions & Prices
Reopening at the usual times from Sunday 5 July 2020:
• From 5 July to 30 October: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
• From 31 October to 20 December: exceptional opening on Saturday 31 October, then only on Sunday and public holidays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
• Annual closure from 21 December 2020 to 2 January 2021.
Length: about 1h30.
Last admission 15 min. before the closure of the museum.
For your safety, welcome conditions are specially set up:
• Limited to 30 people at a time inside the museum.
• Direction of the visit respecting social distancing.
• Wearing of the mask is obligatory in the museum.
• Adult 4 € – child (6-11 years old) 2 € – free for under 6 years old.