We are excited to be able to welcome you back to safely enjoy Exporail!
June 24 to September 6: Daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
September 8 to October 31: open from Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Visits average 1 hour and 30 minutes in length.
A safe and pleasant visit
In order to minimize waiting time at the entrance and to control traffic on the site, all visitors to Exporail will have to reserve their ticket(s) in advance for a specific time via the online ticketing system, available on the museum’s website.
For free admission, a service fee of $0.55 will be charged upon reservation for the processing of credit card (Visa, Mastercard) transactions.
Access to the ticket booth
Visitors will enter the museum through a new entrance with about 50 additional parking spaces.
The health measures put in place following the recommendations issued by the Public Health Department and the best practices developed by Exporail will allow visitors to explore the museum in safety.
Visitors with symptoms must postpone their visit. Exporail counts on the cooperation of its visitors and reminds them of the importance of following these preventative measures:
- Wearing a mask or face shield covering the nose and mouth is required inside the Angus Pavilion for persons age 10 years and over.
- Respect the hygiene measures posted on site: hand washing, electronic payment, sneezing and coughing into one’s elbow, no gathering.
- Respect signs and the separation of 1 metre.
- Respect one-way traffic.
Places to visit
- Artifact corridor.
- Demonstrations of the John Molson steam locomotive and turntable.
- Great gallery of the Angus Pavilion with access to the interior of certain vehicles.
- Exhibition on mezzanine: CRHA Archives: Remnants of Our Memory.
- Guided tours.
- Model train room.
- Locomotive driving simulator ($).
- Projection room: The Trolley ($).
- Miniature railway rides (outside) ($).
- Passenger train rides on Saturdays and Sundays ($).
- Gift and specialised book shop.
- Open Reserve No. 5.
- Toddlers’ island.
- Tramway rides.
- Demonstrations of the telegraphy.
- Exhibits at Hays Station.
- Archives Centre (no on-site researchers are accepted at this time).