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It has information about the trains that run across Australia and some of the routes. Plenty of steam trains to look at and some you can go on to see different areas inside. Even a train that takes you on a short journey.
What a great place to fill in a few hours with young kids! The railway museum is a well thought out, interactive and clean place to explore and learn a bit about our train history.
All the staff we encountered were polite and informative. There...More
Been waiting a long time to take my kids here and when i saw the fun fair i decided was a great yime to go BUT was
Thoroughly disappointed. Kids waited all holidays to go..Not a single engine was open to access. Never seen so...More
My eldest grandson is currently obsessed by all things to do with trains, so a visit was a must. This well designed museum presents a history of trains and train travel over the year. There is enough detail and authenticity to satisfy adults, and hands...More
My wife and I visited this excellent museum with our grandchildren. We were all totally impressed by the amazing array of magnificently restored locomotives, passenger carriages, goods wagons and railway memorabilia. Everything displayed in the museum is wonderfully presented ... all very authentic! The museum...More
Port Adelaide is packed with history and blessed with museums........the National Railway Museum is but one. This is a "must see" for railway buffs or anyone interested in history. Staff are friendly, welcoming and approachable. Research before you travel will enhance your visit.
this is one recommended museum to visit and there are another 2 great museums , combination additional 25 % disconut fee when you entered one already.the Pitch and Fluck pavillions display old time locomotives and first class sleeper car, provision car with audiovisual guide onsite....More