Virginia Museum of Transportation
Roanoke began as a railroad town, now all grown up. There is much history in the Transportation Museum and the O. Winston Link Museum. See history with trains and automobiles at the Transportation Museum. O. Winston Link (1914-2001) was one of America's most exceptional photographic artists;…
Admissions Rates: $10.00 adults (19-59) $8.00 seniors (age 60+) $8.00 students with student ID (19-25) $8.00 youth (13-18) $6.00 children (ages 3-12) Members and Kids under 3 visit for free!
The Virginia Museum of Transportation is a museum devoted to the topic of transportation located in Downtown Roanoke, Virginia, US.
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