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The Lake Superior Railroad Museum

The historic William Crooks
The historic William Crooks, 1861

The St. Paul and Pacific was the first railroad in Minnesota, and the William Crooks was the first steam locomotive to run in the state. Come and see it at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, and North Shore Scenic Railroad.


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POLICY AND TERMS OF SALES


TERMS OF TICKET SALES

TERMS OF SALE: TICKET SALES ARE FINAL AT THE POINT OF PURCHASE. NO CASH OR CREDIT REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED.

CANCELLATION & RESCHEDULING

YOU CAN CHANGE TIMES/DATES WITH A MINIMUM OF A 48 HOUR NOTICE IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE TO RESCHEDULE. IF CANCELLED ATLEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO YOUR SCHEDULED TRAIN, AN EXCHANGE OF DATE, TIME OR EXCURSION MAY BE PERMITTED BY THE TICKET OFFICE AGENT.

IF YOU CANCEL LESS THAN 48 HOURS FROM THE EXCURSION, OR MISS YOUR SCHEDULED EXCURSION, THERE WILL BE NO EXCHANGES, NO TRANSFERS, OR NO CASH OR NO CREDIT REFUND AVAILABLE. ALL PASSENGERS ARE EXPECTED TO ARRIVE WITH ENOUGH TIME TO BOARD THE TRAIN.

IN THE UNLIKELY EVENT OF AN UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCE THAT CAUSES THE EXCURSION TO BE CANCELLED, REFUNDS WILL BE MADE ACCORDINGLY.

BOARDING

TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT WILL CALL THE DAY OF THE EXCURSION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. PASSENGERS SHOULD ARRIVE 20 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE TO ASSURE THEY HAVE THEIR TICKETS FOR BOARDING.

CHILDREN & STROLLERS

CHILDREN ARE EXPECTED TO BE SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES BY THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN. CHILDREN AGES 2 AND UNDER ARE FREE AND DO NOT NEED A TICKET OR A RESERVATION, THEY JUST COME ALONG.

STROLLERS ARE GENERALLY NOT PERMITTED ON THE TRAIN DUE TO SPACE LIMITATIONS. THE OPERATING CONDUCTOR ON DUTY HAS THE AUTHORITY TO APPROVE OR DENY THE LOADING OF ANY ITEMS SUCH AS STROLLERS, BAGS, SUITCASES, ETC. STROLLERS ARE SUGGESTED TO BE LEFT IN A VEHICLE OR AT THE STATION, WHERE THEY CAN BE PARKED NEAR THE TICKET OFFICE FOR PICKUP AFTER THE EXCURSION.

WHEELCHAIRS AND ACCESSABILITY

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY IS LIMITED AND NOT AVAILABLE ON ALL EXCURSIONS, DUE TO THE HISTORIC NATURE OF THE RAILROAD EQUIPMENT. PLEASE REFER TO OUR ADA INFORMATION FOUND HERE.

PETS & SERVICE ANIMALS

Pets are not allowed on the trains or in the Depot building. Service Animals, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), are allowed in/on the North Shore Scenic Railroad and Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Service animals are animals that are individually trained to perform tasks for people with disabilities – such as guiding people who are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling wheelchairs, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, or performing other special tasks. This does not usually include therapy dogs. In order to make sure we can accommodate you promptly upon your arrival, please call the North Shore Scenic Railroad ticket office at (218)-722-1273.

ADDITIONAL POLICIES

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, ILLEGAL DRUGS, AND WEAPONS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON BOARD. MANAGEMENT RESERVED THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ADMISSION OR REMOVE ANY PERSON WHOS CONDUCT IS DEEMED BY MANAGEMENT TO BE DISORDERLY OR WHO FAILS TO COMPLY WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LISTED HERE.