The Forney Museum of Transportation is a one-of-a-kind collection of over 600 artifacts relating to historical transportation. It began 60 years ago with a single 1921 Kissel, but soon expanded to include vehicles of all kinds. Today it includes not just vehicles, but also buggies, motorcycles, steam locomotives, aircraft, carriages, rail equipment, fire apparatus, public transportation, sleighs, bicycles, toys & diecast models, vintage apparel and much, much more!
Our collection highlights include: Union Pacific 'Big Boy' Steam Locomotive #4005, Amelia Earhart's 1923 Kissel 'Gold Bug', Forney Locomotive, Colorado & Southern Caboose, 1923 Hispano-Suiza, 1913-53 Indian Motocycle Collection, Denver & Rio Grande Dining Car, Stutz Fire Engine, 1888 Denver Cable Car, 1923 Case Steam Tractor, 1817 Draisenne Bicycle, 500 Piece Matchbox Collection, and more!
The Forney Museum of Transportation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization which exists to collect, preserve, and exhibit items of artistic, historical and technological interest relating to transportation for the purposes of education and personal enrichment.
Will be open to the public in the near future.
Come and see some incredible vintage Indian, Honda & other rare motorcycles!
*Exhibits subject to change without notice*
35 years of MoPar Classics
On display June 1st to August 31st 2016.
*Exhibits subject to change without notice.*
Thank you to local author Rhonda Beck for participating in the signing of her book: Union Station in Denver.
The book is available in our gift shop while supplies last!
Join us for Big Boy Days on July 30th and 31st!. Click the image for more information.
Sunday, August 21 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join CPT12 and Cowan's Auctions for the Colorado Collectibles Appraisal Fair!
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
Click here for our interactive time line. A virtual tour highlighting artifacts in our collection in tandem with transportation history in the United States.
We have intern opportunities available. Please visit here for more information.
Using dining car menus and china, and railroadiana such as timetables, we provide a glimpse into what travel was like on the famous railroads of that now-vanished era, before the consolidation of passenger service into Amtrak in 1971.
On display now.
Monday-Saturday 10am to 4pm
Children under 3..Free
*Museum Parking is Free*
*Event parking may vary*
We are closed the folowing holidays:
4303 Brighton Blvd Denver, CO 80216