Dennison Railroad Festival

Admission to the Dennison Railroad Festival is free.

The Dennison Railroad Festival:  One hundred miles from Columbus and Pittsburgh, the small town of Dennison holds its annual railroad festival in the Historic Depot Museum. The Dennison Railroad was once one of the largest railroad shops and yards in the country. All trains between St, Louis and New York stopped there. Today the town  of Dennison no longer sees train activity but the six day Dennison Railroad Festival is held every year to celebrate the town’s industrial history. Held around the Historic Railroad Depot Museum and the Historic Street District, you can enjoy tasty food, exciting games and rides, a train exhibit, tours and performances. Visitors can also enjoy the annual parade and car show.