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The mission of the Indiana Railway Museum is to preserve, restore, operate and display historic pieces of railroad equipment; and to help foster the understanding of railroad history in the United states as well as the French Lick and West Baden areas.
Becoming a Museum Member will help the Museum to fulfill this mission. In addition to assisting the Museum in preserving railroad history, your membership will provide you with many different benefits. Memberships also make great birthday or holiday gifts for that special rail fan. You can choose to purchase your membership plan by clicking on the Pay Now link under the plan of your choice, or you can register when visiting the museum.
As a member you'll receive:
~Passage on any regular scheduled train.* ~A subscription to our quarterly newsletter. ~Invitations to special members only events. ~A 10% discount at the French Lick Scenic railway ~An invitation to the Museum's Annual Dinner held in March every year. ~An invitation to become a Museum Volunteer.
*Passage for members only. On Western Hold-up Weekends - valid for 4pm train only.
Individual Associate Member
This type of membership extends
the benefits to one person. It must
be renewed annually.
$20.00 per person for one year
Individual Life Member
This type of membership is the
same as the Individual Associate
Membership and is a one-time-fee
that does not need a yearly renewal.
$200.00 per person
This type of membership provides
member benefits to two adults and
two children (ages 11 & under). The perfect
deal for those that visit the museum often
throughout the year!
$60.00 For a Family of 4
$10.00 per additional child (11 & under)
The Volunteer Program at the French Lick Scenic Railway, you instantly become a member of our esteemed crew that is dedicated to preserving and interpreting railroad history for our visitors. Volunteers help the museum in many ways ranging from administrative functions to rail care hosts, from restoration work to rail operations.
The Museum is currently recruiting volunteers to assist in staffing ticket windows, provide administrative support, serve as restoration crew, and as train crew. Volunteers interact with a wide range of visitors encompassing all ages and backgrounds.
Volunteer assistance is needed on a daily basis during operating hours. An extensive training program is required in order to serve as a member of the rail operation staff. For more information on becoming a volunteer, or with help filling out the application, please call Teresa Richardson at 1-800-74-TRAIN or you may send an e-mail to email@example.com
Click here to fill out our on-line application to join our Volunteer Corps!