Toronto railway museum is an open-air museum, located opposite the Rogers Center in Toronto, at the foot of the CN Tower, this must be Sheldon's favorite attraction.
It’s near the Toronto TV Tower. Compared to the Toronto TV Tower, children seem to like to play here more. There are also many model trains, which show the history of Canadian railway development. You can enter the train and take a small train.
In a magazine, there is a True or False question about the Toronto Railway Museum: If children test drive at the Railway Museum, will they be arrested? Answer: wrong! Children are very welcome to start the little train.
Leaving the Toronto TV Tower and walking forward, you will reach the Toronto Railway Museum. There are some train carriages and locomotives parked in a large square. There are special pictures and texts to introduce its establishment process and learn about a piece of history.
Toronto Railway Museum is the train museum. On the way to the Toronto TV Tower, I found a relatively large square in the middle of the road with some train carriages and locomotives parked on it. I only found out that it was the train museum.