Fodor's Expert Review National Railway Museum

Greater Adelaide Family

Steam-train buffs will love this collection of locomotives and rolling stock in the former Port Adelaide railway yard. The largest of its kind in Australia, the collection includes enormous "mountain"-class engines and the "Tea and Sugar" train, once the lifeline for camps scattered across the deserts of South and Western Australia. For an additional cost take a ride on the historic Semaphore to Fort Glanville Tourist Railway; it runs every Sunday and public holiday from October to end of April and more frequently during school holidays. There are covered outdoor eating areas with tables and chairs at the museum, where visitors may bring their own food and drink.

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76 Lipson St.
Port Adelaide, South Australia  5015, Australia

- 08 - 8341–1690

nrm.org.au

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Rate Includes: A$17

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