Burlington's Freeman Station will be closed until further notice during discussions with the City of Burlington re: dissolving the Friends of Freeman Station Corporation and planning with Museums of Burlington, for a viable and sustainable future.
During our open house events, Freeman Station aims to be a tourist attraction, for railway enthusiasts, family outings, and history buffs alike.
Restored to its early 20th century ways, find enjoyment in exploring our one-of-a-kind station, detailed diorama, and chatting with our awesome volunteers.
Dive into 125 years of Canadian Rail history through artifacts, historical displays and stories from our volunteers.
Step back in time, and immerse yourself in the charm of a meticulously restored train station originally constructed in 1906.
Marvel at the meticulous craftsmanship and intricate details of our early-1900s Burlington train diorama, carefully constructed at 1/24th scale.
Witness the restoration of our Canadian Pacific Boxcar and CN Caboose to their former glory.
Explore a curated collection of one-of-a-kind treasures and souvenirs that pay homage to the golden age of rail transportation.
Discover the captivating history of Burlington's first train station with the guidance of our enthusiastic volunteers at Freeman Station.
Host your event in an authentic 1900s-era train station, with a memorable atmosphere creating lasting impression.
Donating to us is a great way to help preserve this important piece of Burlington's history. Your donation will go towards maintaining and operating the station, as well as supporting programs and community events.