If you like trains and railroad history (or have kids who do) this is definitely a worthwhile stop. Info online was hard to find and their website is way outdated but it looks like the hours on google are correct. We stopped there and I expected a 15 minute stop, which you could easily do it in that time, but my kids enjoyed it so much we were there for an hour. There is an old caboose volunteers will take you in, running HO scale model trains including replicas of 119 and jupiter from golden spike, a couple rooms of displays and historical artifacts and a gift shop with lots of reasonably priced train stuff (cash only). The building is neat too and the volunteers are knowledgable.There is a bathroom, but no ac so its warm in the summer (not quite as hot as outside). When we left they gave my kids coloring books, crayons pencils and bookmarks about train safety. Admission is free but they have a box if you want to donate towards building renovation.