Peggy Lee Museum

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Take a step back in time and explore this world-class museum show casing the rich history of the Midland Continental Railroad and the home of music legend, Peggy Lee. The MCRR depot is the only remaining depot of the railroad which was to connect Canada to the Gulf Coast. This was the home of Peggy Lee (Norma Egstrom) during her high school years, 1934-1937, when her father was the depot agent. The depot is filled with exhibits that tell the railroad story, and trace the career of Peggy Lee and her connection to Wimbledon.

Hours: Open Memorial Day to Labor Day 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm daily

Open year round by appointment.

Admission is free. Donations welcome.

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