Normal prices: Adults, $18; Concession tickets $12; School children, $10; Pre-school children, Free Family tickets: 2 adults and 2 or more children from the same family, $46.

Back to normal? Not quite! There was this week's Sunday, but NOT Monday*, then we have Wed. 10 - 3.00;

Anzac Day, 25th follows, (a rare Saturday!) and Sunday, 26th , both 10 - 4.30

* We are aware that this Monday is a pupil-free day but we opened one year, promoted it, but no one came!

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

Seniors' groups,
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THanks to the many who supported our school holiday programme.GWe were delighted by your numbers.

This proved to be the ideal family outing especially when there were children.

The Sydney Tramway Museum offers you a relaxing day.

Mum's conductors

A visit to the Display Hall seeing the quaint early trams proved always enjoyable for young and older visitors. Grandparents relived old memories especially with the Bondi "toastrack tram" on loan from the PowerHouse Museum, in its early colour scheme.

Many enjoyed the treasures inside our souvenir and bookshop. It's tucked inside a green and cream corridor tram parked against a brick building. We even still have tram videos!

Please note: we are not open for the Monday, 20th April pupil-free day. We did try it, but found there was no demand.

Pictured: three young children were fascinated by the tramway hats of our Traffic Team. Why not let them try them for size? And we could use some more volunteers anyway!

Above photo: With the kind permission of the Summers Family.

Normal prices: Adults, $18

Concession tickets $12;

School children, $10;

Pre-school children, Free


Easter picture at right by Frank McQuade. You might even spot the 'Showground" sign on the trams.