March Break at Exporail
Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum will be open to the public during March Break on March 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children and their parents will experience a fascinating journey into the world of trains with a lot of family activities.
See the buzz of excitement surrounding the Circus Train in America. While visiting the Grand Gallery, see beautiful miniature train layouts and poster exhibition. Search for the circus animals and performers hiding in various vehicles. Search for the circus animals and performers hiding in various vehicles.Join the Ringmaster and participate in fun activities for children: Juggling with Chinese spinning plates, balls and diabolo, presented at 11 am, 2 pm and 3:30 pm. Climb aboard the Canadian Pacific Neville sleeper car and discover how circus staff and performers travelled during the last century. Tours of the sleeper-car will be presented in English at 11 am, 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm.
Take a ride on our outdoor Miniature Railway!
A favourite among our youngest visitors! This 5-minute miniature train ride allows young and old to live a memorable experience. The train passes over three bridges and through one tunnel.
The Model Train Room
The models displayed, which replicate actual trains and railroads, are the result of a combination of several talents: much like engineers, model railroaders design these miniature layouts to include structures, rolling stock, buildings and even landscapes. Their unparalleled craftsmanship brings this exhibition to life!
Rocky Mountain Express ($4 p.p.) : at 1:30 pm in English (8 years and over)
Family Activities and Exhibitions
Stop, Look, Listen : Incoming Train?
The exhibit, presented at Exporail’s Hays train station as an interactive course with railroad-themed decor, facilitates the understanding and application of safety messages. Joined by their parents, young visitors take on the role of apprentice locomotive engineer, using their imagination, senses and motor skills to complete eight challenges. It teaches them to detect danger when approaching train tracks and to recognize the safety signs and devices surrounding them.
110, Saint-Pierre Street
Saint-Constant (Québec) J5A 1G7
Phone : 450 632-2410
Fax : 450 638-1563
Feature photo: Exporail, the Canadian Railway Museum