Thursday, September 13, 2012

All Gold Coast Railroad Museum Friends and Family event Sat, 9/15

Where did that Big Cement Tower by Zoo Miami (Metro Zoo) come from?

Did you ever go to the zoo, or even simply drive by on the turnpike and ponder that question? This may be your opportunity to find out:

All Gold Coast Railroad Museum Friends and Family:

Saturday the 15th enjoy a Barbeque Cook-off with games, bounce house, music, train rides and much more all for regular admission of $6.00 adults and $4.00 children. And that same day on the 15th at 1:00pm meet us in front of the Museum Store entrance for a free narrated tram tour of the historic shadows of the former World War Two era Richmond Naval Air Station, Florida’s largest wartime base. Donations greatly accepted by GCRM for guided tour. Museum hours are 11am to 4pm.
This is the 1st Annual Barbeque Cook-off & 70th Naval Air Station Richmond Anniversary Celebration!
Date: Saturday, September 15, 2012
Time: 11:00am – 4:00pm
Price: $5.00 in advance or $6.00 the day of the event
CLICKHERE to purchase tickets in advance, online, avoid a ticket line.

Check out the Gold Coast Railroad Museum.  CLICK HERE to view their official website that provides upcoming events.

Advance notice:  Make you plans early, especially if you want to put a group together to attend:
"1945 Murder Mystery at Gold Coast RR Museum"
Date: Saturday, November 24th, 2012
Time: 6:30 pm to 10:3 0pm
Price: $55 Non-Museum Members, $50 Museum Members

Exciting Murder Mystery brings you to a setting back in time - 1945 Post War - Dinner-Show! An experience...somewhere in time... relive America's history at an important turning, adventure, music and mystery!! Experience a ride on vintage trains and see if you can crack the case as guests get caught up in a vintage mystery as it unfolds!! Period attire optional! $55. pp, incl. Dinner & Show!

NOTE: Reservations for the Murder Mystery Event are a must!


  1. The tram tour is set to cover a large part of the NAS RICHMOND property. It will begin inside the NAS Richmond exhibit car inside the Museum Store.

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