Boardwalk Park Museum features historic buildings from around Windsor built between 1882 and the 1920s. These buildings help to tell the story of Windsor beginning with the completion of the Great Salt Lake & Pacific Railroad through the sugar beet boom of the early 20th century.
The Museum includes Windsor's original 1882 Train Depot, complete with caboose and freight car, the Whitehall Schoolhouse and teacher's quarters, a German-Russian farm house built in the traditional four-square style along with its summer kitchen, a beet shack, and an early 20th century chapel.
The Depot includes many exhibits and hands-on activities for all ages and is a great place to start your museum experience. Admission to Boardwalk Park Museum is free, but donations are always appreciated!
2019 Season: May 23 - September 1 Thursdays 3:00-7:00 p.m. Fridays-Sundays 12:00-4:00 p.m.
Extended Hours: July 4 Noon - 4 p.m. August 31 Noon - 7 p.m.
Free public tours of the museum are offered every Saturday at 2:00 p.m. during the Summer Season. Please meet your tour guide at the Train Depot.
June 1: Why Are These Buildings Here? An Overview of Boardwalk Park Museum
June 8: Life on the Farm: Early Homestead Experiences
June 15: On the Move: Transportation in Windsor
June 22: What a Relief! Windsor’s Bathroom History
June 29: German-Russian Traditions in Windsor