Corporate donors to TTM
The Texas Transportation Museum in San Antonio does not receive any funding from city, county, state or federal governments. The museum is entirely dependent on revenue generated by visitors and the generosity of individuals and companies within the community. Over its nearly 50 years of existence - it was founded in 1964 - TTM has been fortunate to receive donations from the following companies:
Austin Waterjet
The Brown Foundation
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad
Fernandez, Frazer & White
Gardenville Nurseries
Generations Federal Credit Union (Formerly City Employess FCU)
H.E.B.
J.C. Penny
K. Bar Services
The Katy House B&B, Smithville
Kronkosky Foundation
Lone Star Trains & Collectibles
Luby's Cafeterias
Martin Marietta
Mission Pharmacal
Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad
Missouri Pacific Railroad
Red McCombs Automotive Group
Shavney Piano
Southwest Interiors
SMT Truck Lines
Southern Pacific Railroad
South Texas Internet Connections
Train Collectors of America
Trans Texas Rails
Union Pacific Railroad
Wal-Mart

 

TTM is a registered 501(c)(3) charity
11731 Wetmore Road
San Antonio, Texas 78247
(210) 490-3554
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OPEN HOURS
FRIDAY
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
(No Admittance After 2:00 PM)
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
(No admittance after 3:30 PM)
GENERAL ADMISSION
Adults (Ages 13 and up) - $10
Child (Ages 4-12) - $8
Child (Under Age 4) - FREE
Train rides included with admission.

$1 off admission per person
when train rides not running.
Admission rates vary for Holiday, Special
and Night Events.
We accept:
GENERAL INFORMATION
Allow at least 90 minutes to see the
entire museum and ride the train
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