Musée vivant du chemin de fer (Rail museum)


3 rue Louis Platriez

77650 Longueville

01 64 08 60 62

01 64 60 26 26





Saving machines from destruction and putting them back on the railroad tracks brings back memories of railways, which run in France until le the sixties. The stock of Longueville is a place of conservation restoration a museum attraction numerous visitors. To watch a steam locomotive nicely refurbished operate on a historical rotunda to be turned towards the rail direction is quite a show! The rotunda dates back to 1911 and is an historical monument more than a locomotive stock. This living railroad museum retraces an era of rail travel with one of France’s most important collections: 12 locomotives, some auto rails and loco tractors and over seventy wagons with namely Pullman wagons of the famous « blue train ». a visit of the Longueville site takes you to an unique atmosphere of the 19th century and photographs retrace this legendary era.
A schedule offers also possibility to hire a stream train ride on the rail line Longueville - Provins.


Adult: 4 €
Child (6-11 years): 2 €
Group adults: 6 €.

Free entry for children < 6 years.


From 22/05 to 31/10/2021, every Saturday and Sunday between 10.30 am and 6 pm.

From 01/11 to 19/12/2021, every Sunday between 1 pm and 5 pm.
Open exceptionally on 01/11 and 11/11.

From 02/01 to 01/04/2022, every Sunday between 1 pm and 5 pm.

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