Age of Steam Roundhouse

Located in the heart of Amish country, The Age of Steam Roundhouse, Sugarcreek, Ohio, is a museum housing steam and diesel locomotives, passenger cars and other railroad equipment in a modern roundhouse, the first such facility built in the United States since 1951. The collection consists of 22 steam locomotives in an 18-stall brick roundhouse that includes a full working back shop facility, 115-foot turntable and pit, and other yard amenities such as coal dock, wood water tank and ash pit.

Attendees will be able to visit the roundhouse with a discounted admission ticket.

It is expected that a steam locomotive will be in operation during the tour.


You MUST be registered as a Convention Attendee to participate in Extra Fare Activities.

Those not registered as Convention Attendees will not be permitted to participate in Extra Fare Activities.

There will be no exceptions.