THURSDAY, AUGUST 18
Canteens, Carriage And Collections
$84 per person
Depart Brunswick 7:45am Medina 8:15am Return approx. 6:45
• Dennison Railroad Museum. This depot is the most significant remaining example in the nation of a railroad canteen still reflecting its WWII heritage. During WWII, 1.3 million service members were served free meals by 4,000 working volunteers at this depot which also contains an orientation theater, historical railroad exhibits, the Whistle Stop Railway Shop and themed railroad cars. Explore steam locomotives, a Nickel Plate caboose, freight and other passenger cars.
• Lunch is included in the package
• Auman’s TV and Radio Museum - TVs that date back to the first one at the World’s Fair, plus games, lunch boxes, etc. that went with the classic TV shows. There are numerous radios and a display of Dick Goddard’s old meteorological equipment and Alan Freed’s DJ booth.
• J.E. Reeves Victorian Home & Carriage House Museum. Step back into the elegance of the late 19th Century in the former home of this prominent Dover industrialist, Jeremiah E. Reeves