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Fullerton Train Museum

Visit this museum to take in historic train cars & cabooses with period decor: open the first and third Saturday of every month.

1942 Union Pacific Tall Cupola Steel Caboose at the Fullerton Train Museum
Fullerton Train Museum

General Overview

The Fullerton Train Museum tells the story of railways in Orange County. The museum features three historically significant cabooses, representing the three railroads that served Orange County in its early days, as well as two 1940s Union Pacific lounge cars in period décor. The Fullerton Train Museum is located at the corner of Pomona and Santa Fe in the Fullerton Transportation Center, and open on the fist and third Saturdays of each month with free admission.

How To Get There

  • Take Metrolink to Fullerton Station
  • Head east on W Santa Fe Ave
  • Turn right on S Pomona Ave to arrive at Fullerton Train Museum

Employee Recommended

Alex D., Senior Manager, Government Relations

Alex brings experience in municipal, business and transportation government relations. He is a Southern California native, born and raised in Los Angeles County. Alex graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with a Bachelors in Political Science and is completing his Masters in Government at Johns Hopkins University. Alex joined the Metrolink team in 2017 and now supports local, state and federal relations – focusing on regulatory and legislative support for Metrolink service and improvement projects. In his free time, Alex enjoys exploring local foodie favorites and taking in the arts and culture around Southern California.

Photos: Fullerton Train Museum, Emerson Little



200 E Santa Fe Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832

(714) 278-0648

Fullerton Train Museum