Photography

Photography

Photographs and videos are an exceptional way to commemorate your visit to the National Railroad Museum. We encourage visitors to take casual photographs and shoot videos for personal use. Personal photographs and videos are not to be used for commercial purposes. Share your experience with us by posting your photos and videos on our facebook page!


These photography guidelines are intended for all guests. However, a contract is necessary for those who wish to use the Museum's setting as a background for professional photography or commercial videos. This includes professional family, wedding, engagement, prom, senior photos or the like and all other commercial photography. 

It is the responsibility of the photographer/videographer to contact the Director of Sales to fill out the contract. A contract may be obtained during regular Museum hours or by contacting our Director of Sales and Marketing, Deanna Novak, at (920) 437-7623 x12 or dnovak@nationalrrmuseum.org

Photography Guidelines

We ask that you follow a few simple guidelines that will allow us to maintain the Museum for all visitors and future patrons..

  • Do not block the pathways, especially when photographing groups.
  • Do not tape backdrops or other props on to the trains.
  • Do not remove Museum labels for any reason.
  • Do not smoke.
  • Do not bring in any alcoholic beverages.
  • No pets are allowed on the grounds of the Museum.
  • Clients need to arrive camera-ready.
  • For your own protection, do not leave equipment unattended.

Appointments & Pricing

Appointments are required for posed photography sessions such as family portraits, engagement photos and senior photos, wedding and group (10 people or more) photo sessions. For pricing information or to make an appointment for a professional photo or video session, please contact our Director of Sales and Marketing at (920)437-7623 x 12 or dnovak@nationalrrmuseum.org

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