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All reviews free entry on display great place to visit flying scotsman play area few hours couple of hours nice cafe worth a visit steam engine interesting exhibits special events modern building rainy day all ages the national railway museum car park
Love trains and Locomotion has a great variety including a replica of Stephenson's Rocket. The trains are all renovated to a high standard and are very interesting. We had a nice snack in the cafe and the staff were very welcoming and helpful.
This is an amazing place for all ages to visit if you have a love of trains. It is free (donations welcome) children will absolutely love this so much to see and there are things for them to do - colouring and games to play....More
My 10yo son loves trains and this was his heaven! All the trains are beautifully looked after. There are all the favourites and some really interesting carriages. The mail carriage - I never knew it operated like that. Royal carriages. A fantastic museum for young,...More
nicely laid out with lots of interesting exhibits. We had a very knowledgeable guide to show us around who explained a lot of stuff which we would otherwise have missed. Nice little cafe alongside as well.
I travelled 35 miles to visit a museum I’d never been to, and I wasn’t to disappointed....the exhibits are a source of wonder, and I’m constantly amazed that what I see before me is all reconstituted from the earth, in one form or another...fascinating and...More
I have visited the Railway Museum at York and was keen to visit this smaller exhibition.
I was not disappointed by the exhibits on display and would certainly recommend this exhibition.
All that is missing is the smell of engine oil.
In addition the exhibition...More
Quite hard to find as there is an overspill car park a long way from the museum (very misleading). We were surprised that entrance was free although donations are accepted. Plenty of trains of all types and ages on display plus lots of things for...More
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Sorry for late reply. I am not on here all that much. I was there for work, with a group of autistic young people, we didn't use the cafe. However I bought something in the gift shop and they took a payment card, so I... More
Sorry for late reply. I am not on here all that much. I was there for work, with a group of autistic young people, we didn't use the cafe. However I bought something in the gift shop and they took a payment card, so I would guess that the cafe do too.