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Launceston Tramway Museum

2 Invermay Rd, Launceston, Tasmania 7248, Australia
+61 3 6334 8334
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Fun, little museum

If you are interested in Tramways and Railways, you could spend hours here! If you have young... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Melbourne, Australia
So interesting, and well presented.

We were thrilled with our visit to the Launceston Tramway Museum. The staff are so passionate and... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Brisbane, Australia
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2 Invermay Rd, Launceston, Tasmania 7248, Australia
+61 3 6334 8334
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Reviewed yesterday

If you are interested in Tramways and Railways, you could spend hours here! If you have young children, and want an budget friendly outing, then this is a great option! The volunteers are keen to talk about their work and share their knowledge, and the...More

Thank Bryan454
Reviewed 4 days ago

We were thrilled with our visit to the Launceston Tramway Museum. The staff are so passionate and helpful and full of knowledge. You can see that they love what they are doing. The progress so far is a real credit to everyone involved. Keep up...More

Thank Noi-Pip
Reviewed 1 week ago

My daughter (aged 2) and son (10 months) and 1 headed to the Tramway Museum. We hadn't planned to visit but needed something walking distance from our accommodation and found this place and we were so glad to have stumbled upon it! The volunteers were...More

Thank JamesandDebbie
Reviewed 1 week ago

Hidden away in the original tramway sheds is this delightful little museum dedicated to the history of the tramways in Launceston. Sadly the heritage tram wasn't running the day we were there (apparently one of the two drivers was sick and the other not available),...More

Thank Adam-and-Rakkel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped by with our family. Beautiful museum, great learning for children. Phenomena factory great for children also an outside area for them to have a run. We enjoyed our whole experience. Entry via donation.

Thank badtaste516
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great exhibition.....Trams, their history, restoration, and uses. Great committed volunteers staffing and in restoration. You can even have a tram ride.

Thank JCKelly21
Reviewed February 1, 2017

Very interesting exhibition with wonderfully helpful staff. The tram ride was a big hit with all of us, old and young alike.

Thank deirdrem613
Reviewed January 30, 2017

An excellent museum showcasing the evolution of transport in Launceston and some wonderful and enchanting historical exhibits.

Thank willow17knight
Reviewed January 20, 2017

This place was a bit of fun for about 30 minutes. You can see a restored tram, and chook house tram, and for $5 go for a ride on a tram. The staff are all volunteers, and on our tram ride the lady was taken...More

Thank swimmingotta
Reviewed January 18, 2017

We visited this while near the museum, having not realised it was there. The museum is impeccably clean and the staff are fantastically friendly. There are two trams on display inside - one fully restored and one a former chook-house. There are displays about the...More

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