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Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum
144 Kruger Street
Wheeling, West Virginia 26003
Voice: 304-242-8133

Welcome to the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum. Located in beautiful Wheeling, WV, this is truly one unique place! Come and relive your childhood, bring back good memories, and share them with your friends, family or tour group.

The Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum in Wheeling, West Virginia, was the winner of the 2000 Grand Victorian Award for Victorian building restoration, presented by the Victorian Wheeling Society. Since 1999, the Toy & Train Museum has been the host site of the Annual Marx Toy & Train Collectors National Convention, held Father's Day weekend in June each year.

Located in a restored Victorian-era schoolhouse, the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum features guided or self-guided tours (whichever you prefer), interactive displays, operating O and HO gauge train layouts, a unique and family friendly gift shop, a room dedicated to Ohio Valley history and culture, and a restored railroad caboose onsite. The building is fully handicapped accessible, air conditioned, and has ample free parking onsite. And the building itself is a sight to behold.

You'll see thousands of toys of all types and ages, from dolls and dollhouses, to toy soldiers, trucks and cars, trains planes and ships, Western toys, space toys, cartoon characters, ride-on toys, and just about anything else you can think of to bring back those great memories of childhood.



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