The Chabówka Rolling Stock Heritage Park
Old freight and passenger steam locomotives, railway cars, ploughs, cranes and maintenance equipment – all of them can be found in the open-air museum

Old freight and passenger steam locomotives, railway cars, ploughs, cranes and maintenance equipment – all of them can be found in the open-air museum in Chabówka. In addition to trains that are no longer used, the museum also has an operating rolling stock, which can be seen in films, such as ”Schindler’s List,” ”The Devil from the 7th Grade” and “Katyń.” Enthusiasts of retro-trains and the Małopolska countryside can take a trip by a historic railway, for example to Biecz or across the Poprad Valley, or journey along the 130-year-old route Chabówka – Nowy Sącz, one of the most beautiful in Poland and Europe. The trip includes additional attractions on board and during stops, such as picnics and historical re-enactments. A historic train trip is an incredible adventure for the whole family.Chabówka is particularly worth visiting during “Parowozjada” or Locomotive Festival, Poland’s largest festival of historic rolling stock from Poland and abroad. The event is always accompanied by an attractive program for children.

Category: Museums
Track type: Standard gauge
Open to public: Yes
Location: Poland
Langauge: Polish
Address: Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-700 Chabówka, Polen

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