Durand Union Station | 200 Railroad ST, Durand, MI 48429 | (989) 288-3561

Call 989-288-3561 to reserve the Union Station for your event!

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A non-profit established for the preservation and operation of the Durand Union Station and the Michigan Railroad History Museum by engaging and educating the community through the celebration of railroading, it's past, present, and future.

Reserve the Depot for Your Event!

The depot's unique atmosphere and competitive pricing make it one of the most popular venues in and around Durand. Rooms available for rental include the ballroom (145 people), the board room (40 people), and the Amtrak lobby. There is also a caterer's kitchen on site for use at your event.

With rates starting as low as $25/hour reservations are limited. Please contact us today to secure your reservation in this one-of-a-kind venue.

Call (989) 288-3561 to Reserve Today
The Durand Union Station is a 100-year-old historic building that offers unique surroundings to accommodate your company party, business meeting, wedding, reception, or other special occasion. Add some nostalgia to your event, and surround yourself and your guests with local history!

Due to its unusual structure, the Durand Union Station is one of the most photographed train depots in the United States.

The depot is also the home of the Michigan Railroad History Museum, an educational and entertaining source of Michigan’s rich railroad history. The museum gallery features new exhibits several times per year to pay tribute to the colorful heritage of the railroader, and to the contribution of Michigan’s railroads to lumbering, mining, agriculture, and industry.

The Museum Information Center and Archives contains a wealth of railroad information for rail enthusiasts, researchers, and genealogists. Included in the collection are photographs, ledgers, technical railroad information, union materials, and a variety of other documents pertaining to railroading in Michigan.