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Steamin' Days

The best way to experience Auburn Heights and the Marshall Steam Museum is to attend a monthly Steamin’ Day! Climb into an antique automobile, board one of our trains, and experience what it was like to travel at the turn of the 20th century. Tour the magnificent 1897 mansion that was home to three generations of the Marshall family. You’ll find something for everyone, age 2 to 92! Join us on the first Sundays of every month from June through November, 12:30 – 4:30 pm. Included with All Admission Options:
 • Fresh steam-popped popcorn from our vintage popper
 • Entry to the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, featuring the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars plus a 1930s working Lionel electric trains display, steam engine display, exhibits, and gift shop
 • Kids activities/crafts
 • Firing Up Demonstration (at 1:30 pm) to see how we set a steam car in motion


STEAMIN’ DAY ADMISSION
General Admission (Rides Ticket) includes 4 rides in the antique autos or Auburn Valley Railroad: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free). General/Rides Ticket admission is free for Friends of Auburn Heights Members. Members may tour the mansion for $8 (ages 13 and up), $4 (ages 12 & under).

Mansion & Grounds Only (no rides): $12 ages 13 and up, $6 ages 12 and under (infants free).

Combo Ticket: Do it all — rides & mansion tour: $20 ages 13 & up, $14 ages 12 and under (infants free).

ACCESS Delaware accepted.

Date & Time

1st Sunday

Jun 05, 2022 through Nov 06, 2022

12:30PM - 4:30PM

Location

Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights Preserve - 3000 Creek Road, Yorklyn, DE, 19736 3000 Creek Road Yorklyn 19736 DE US

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Event Website

302-239-2385

General Admission: $12 ages 13 and up, $8 ages 12 and under (infants free).

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