Nevada Northern Railway, National Historic Landmark

Visitor Information

1100 Avenue A (at 11th Street East)
Ely, Nevada 89301

Phone: 866-407-8326 toll-free
Website: http://www.nnry.com
Hours: Hours: Museum open Mon. and Wed.-Sat. 8-5, Sun. 8-4; (Closed Tuesdays). Open 7 days in summer. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve/Day & New Year’s Holiday periods. Train Rides at Various Times: CALL AHEAD

National Trust for Historic Preservation Member Discount: Free Admission 15% Discount on Train Rides

The Nevada Northern Railway is a National Historic Landmark, est. in 1905, in Ely, Nevada; halfway between Salt Lake City and Las Vegas - about 240 miles. Steam and diesel train rides, including Polar Express, Haunted Ghost Trains and summer meal trains. BE the Engineer and drive a locomotive train. Cab Rides with the Engineer; Bunkhouse & Caboose Overnights; Railroad Reality Weeks & Photo Shoots. Restored Artifacts as seen on “American Restorations.” Private Charters & Discounted Group Rates.