National Railway Museum Port Adelaide


From $10.00
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The National Railway Museum at Port Adelaide has almost 100 exhibits within two huge pavilions and an 1870s heritage listed goods shed.

The Museum represents railway operations from State, Commonwealth and private operators on the three major railway gauges used throughout Australia.

It is a fun place for young families and the serious researcher - having a wide variety of steam locomotives, diesel engines and loads of carriages to explore.

There is a theatrette, display galleries and a large professional model railway. Two of the highlights for children are a miniature train which operates around the perimeter of the large site, and a train simulator in the main pavilion.

Interactive displays include the role of women in the railways, and the famous 'Tea and Sugar' train that served railway families on the barren Nullarbor Plain. The Shop has a wide range of books, souvenirs, videos, DVDs and books for sale.

The National Railway Museum also conducts several major events throughout the year, and dates/details of those events are on the Museum's website and Facebook.
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Coach Parking
Family Friendly
Food and Refreshments
Gallery / Museum
Lawn / Gardens
Non Smoking
Picnic Area
Public Toilet
Shop / Gift Shop


From $10.00 to $40.00
Family admission (two adults and up to three children) - $40 Adults - $17 Concession - $10 All admissions include unlimited rides on the miniature train.


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