The Sydney Tramway Museum has a whole day’s worth of activities waiting for you!

Start with a tram ride from the old Railway Square waiting shed! This historic structure, which stood in the middle of Railway Square (near Sydney’s Central Station) from 1907 to 1973, has been  re-erected at the Museum. As well as enjoying a ride or two, you can visit the Display Hall, which houses Australia’s oldest electric tram. Historic photographs of Sydney’s street transport during the tramway era, and many smaller items associated with the trams, are also on display.

The Museum is open and trams operate every Sunday and Wednesday, and on most public holidays. The Museum is also open with trams operating on all weekdays of School holidays.

Phone: 02 9542 364

Opening Hours:
Wednesday
Sunday

Address: Cnr Rawson Avenue and Pitt Street, 2232, Loftus, NSW
Location : South.
Age : Families.
Cost : see website for entry prices.
Prebook : Just turn up.
Refreshments : There are electric barbecues, picnic area and a small kiosk for light refreshments.
In/Outdoor : In/Outdoor.
Parking : Limited parking.

Sydney Tramway Museum

Cnr Rawson Avenue and Pitt Street, 2232, Loftus, NSW
Cnr Rawson Avenue and Pitt Street, 2232, Loftus, NSW
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