End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum 

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End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum

440 N Mill St
Currie, MN 56123

The park is located at 440 North Mill Street on Murray County Hwy 38 off of US Hwy 30 in Currie.

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End-O-Line Railroad Park and Museum is a twelve-acre historic site that features over thirteen historic buildings and structures dedicated to preserving and interpreting the early history of Currie, the Shetek area, and its 20th Century railroad history. Nestled on the northern edge of an historic community, the park is a fun and educational destination for large tours as well as quaint family gatherings. You will be surprised by what you find at this beautiful museum. Founded in 1872 by Neil and Archibald Currie, Currie, Minnesota was thought to be the most beautiful country with the Des Moines River moving across the prairie and Lake Shetek in the west.


Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day. Open on Memorial, Independence, and Labor Days. Before Memorial Day during the month of May and after Labor Day until MEA Weekend, the park is open by appointment only.


Adult - $7; Student (6-17 years) - $5; Children (5 and under) - Free; Adult Groups over 15 people - $5; Field Trip rate - $3; Military Veterans - Free; Blue Star Families Program: Free
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