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Sydney Tramway Museum (Loftus)

13 March 2013

Sydney Tramway Museum, corner of Rawson Avenue (Old Princes Highway) and Pitt Street, Loftus.

Adults - $18, Children - $10, Seniors/concessions - $12, Family (2A + 2C) - $46 (additional children in the same family free), Children under 5 years of age are free.

Call: (02) 9542 3646

Open every Wednesdays & Sundays and on most public holidays except (Christmas and Boxing Day).

Sundays and holidays: 10am to 5pm; Wednesdays: 10am to 3pm


If you have kids who love train or tram rides, take them to the Sydney Tramway Museum, located just next to the Loftus train station in southern Sydney, adjoining the Royal National Park.

There's lots to do at the Museum and you can easily make it a full day out for the family. Facilities available include:

  •  Unlimited tram rides
  •  Display Hall with historic photographs and artefacts from the Sydney tramway era, Australia's oldest electric tram and the only prison tram in the southern  hemisphere!
  •  Historic structures such as the Railway Square Waiting Shed (which used to be located at Railway Square near Central Station from 1907 to 1973), the  elevated tramway signal box which used to stand at the corner of Elizabeth & Liverpool streets in Sydney and others.
  •  Picnic area with barbecue
  •  Souvenir shop


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