Located at 701 Main Street, The Caldwell Train Depot's restoration began in 2002. It was made possible by state and federal grants plus donations from businesses and private individuals.
The Train Depot Interpretative Center opened in 2008. Its purpose is to educate school children and the public on the important role that transportation played in the formation of Caldwell. The Interpretive Center includes memorabilia and photos representing the vast and storied history of Caldwell and the western Treasure Valley.
See the Caldwell Train Depot and its beautifully restored Event Center and Interpretive Center in the pictures below.
The historic Caldwell Train Depot and Interpretative Center is available for rental for special occasions and large group gatherings. If you are interested in reserving the space for your next event, click on the Caldwell Train Depot Rental Application form below.
For more information, contact Caldwell City Clerk ("Friends of the Depot" Chair) Debbie Geyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-455-4656.
Please mark your calendar for Thursday, Sept 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm and invite your friends to join us for this interesting Night of History event.
Chuck Randolph, Caldwell Historian, will be leading a historical walking tour of DOWNTOWN CALDWELL, including the upstairs portion of the "FLYING M" building. This building once housed a downtown hotel site at the turn of the century. We want to express our appreciation to Bob and Kelli Jenkins for making the building available for this tour.
5:00 PMDuke Family Reunion