Enjoy this replica of a standard B&O railroad station. Doolittle Station houses a train museum, a 1880s-style board room and vintage rail cars. A 1949 Pullman rail car is a diner with a 50s themed, farm-to-table menu. There is also an orange Alaska parlor car that provides fine dining. The train museum features a vast collection of railroad memorabilia, including hundreds of photographs documenting local railroad history.
Enjoy the atmosphere of eating in a 1950’s diner that is a refurbished 1947 passenger car. Be sure to visit the train museum while you are there.
Three buildings, full of DuBois history exhibits and artifacts, including those from business and industry, lumbering, mining, architecture, farm and grange life, Genealogy resources available.
The Winkler Gallery and Art Education Center is devoted to bringing qualityart and art education to the Greater DuBois Area and beyond. View a 19thcentury children’s carousel that was made in 1896. Carousel has all the original horses and original parts and is the most complete and original English juvenile carousel.
Home of many historical landmarks and milestones, DuBois was founded in 1835 by lumber baron John DuBois. It is home to Reitz Theatre, which is known for its quality local and professional entertainment. The downtown district has an eclectic collection of shops, interspersed with restaurants, coffee-houses, and specialty items stores.