The Tasmanian Transport Museum

The Tasmanian Transport Museum was formed in 1962 and was officially opened to the public in December, 1983. It is situated 8km north of Hobart in the city of Glenorchy. Train rides are available. On the first Sunday, trains are operated by a diesel rail car and on the third Sunday, trains are operated by a steam locomotive. There is also a display of fire engines from the Tasmanian Fire Museum.

Event dates

Event Details

The Tasmanian Transport Museum, 2b Anfield Street, Glenorchy

Saturday and Sunday
1.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.

Entry fees:
, Charges Apply

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