Opening times: Sundays - 10.00 until 5.00 p.m. and Wednesdays - 10.00 until 3.00

Group Booking Hotline

Families or bunches of friends have no need to book, but bus loads of visitors should. More details: -

Seniors' groups,
Vacation Care Centres

Schools

9542 3604

It's Fathers' Day this Sunday!

Why not treat Dad to a memorable outing?

Dad with his helperIf your Dad - or Grandad - is lucky enough to be able to remember Sydney's trams, why not take him for a ride in some of them. You can actually do this at the Sydney Tramway Museum.

If Dad is too young to remember trams, he'll enjoy discovering what he missed.

At least three different trams will be running for Fathers' Day - into the Royal National Park and to Sutherland.

And Mums and grandmothers are definitely allowed to come along with Dad. Grandparents were very fond of trams.

And anyway, a great outing is much better than another pair of socks!

 

Where are we? Just click Location.

Our Museum grounds include a small park with a large picnic shelter. In it you'll have plenty of tables and bench seats and there's also our Display Hall with our oldest and most interesting trams. This and unlimited tram rides are all included in your Day Ticket.

You might like to consider a visit to us during the Spring school holidays. These begin from 20th September. Closer to this time, this website will display a list of open days and times throughout the fortnight. Please check this site closer to the holidays.

Nowadays there can hardly be a cheaper day in Sydney: seniors and concession card holders have unlimited rides for only $12 and school children for just $10 (pre-schoolers are free). The adult price is $18 and there are family arrangements where, after two adults and just one child, extra children in the same family are free.

Normal prices: school children $10, concession passes $12, adults $18, Family tickets, see conditions, just $46. Entry includes our Display Hall.

Photo: Frank McQuade..... Posted on 1st September.

Trams

Under the Stars

You missed this one: it was on a very rare Saturday but you can take a peek at what it was like.

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