The Greeley Freight Station Museum was designed in coordination with the City of Greeley, Colorado's Museums. The purpose of the project to construct the museum was to provide a world class railroad museum while rehabilitating the downtown area of Greeley. Residents and visitors to Greeley are able to receive historic education and entertainment through a visitation to the Greeley Freight Museum. All proceeds received by the museum are donated to a variety of downtown Greeley charities like the Hispanic Relief Fund, Weld County Food Bank, and the Women's Ministry Center.
The museum is located at 680 10th Street in Greeley, Colorado and open to the public on Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm and the first Friday of each month from 6 pm to 9 pm. Admission prices are reasonable and discounts are given to seniors and children. Visitors with disabilities and babies carried by an adult are admitted free of charge. Group tours can be arranged and should be scheduled in advance through the museum's office.
Exhibits at the museum include a real life like train model, Deep Creek construction, and lots of scenery to turn the model into a real miniature life like replica of Greeley.