UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD MUSEUM
200 Pearl Street, Council Bluffs, IA
This year the Union Pacific Railroad Museum is celebrating the rich history shared by railroads and the National Park service. Visitors are invited to share the vivid and rich imagery of decades of Union Pacific photography and parks-centric marketing materials to trace the partnership of the National Park Service and Union Pacific, as well as the impact on collateral interest groups such as conservationists and native tribes. Visitors will also encounter original motion picture film from the Union Pacific Movie department from the 1940s-1950s filmed on location in Yellowstone, Zion and Grand Canyon National Parks as part of the exhibit.
Come and explore more than 150 years of America’s largest railroad at the Union Pacific Railroad Museum! The Union Pacific Railroad Museum’s mission is to promote a sense of connectedness that’s shared by generations of people whose personal and family histories have been touched by the railroad. The Union Pacific Railroad Museum is located at 200 Pearl St., Council Bluffs, Iowa.