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A THING TO DO TODAY

NEW HAVEN
Price: $8 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
At 10am today, take a trip back in time with a guided tour (on foot) around dozens of historic trains and vehicles that together comprise much of America's transportation history, and many of which are unique examples of their kind. Begin your voyage into the past at the Museum of Transportation, on Barrett Station Road in Kirkwood.
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