The Old Train Station Museum is the former Southern Pacific Railroad “Red Electric” passenger station, which operated until 1929 carrying passengers, mail and freight. The 100-year old train station now serves as a museum featuring historical displays covering 150 years of local history from photographs, maps and deeds to clothing, period furniture and a ticket office vignette. The museum is run by the Friends of Historic Forest Grove.
Due to COVID-19, the museum is currently closed.
Open Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon, or by appointment. Admission by donation.