We had visited the railway several times for family days with Thomas the Tank, Santa specials and Easter specials and although these expensive tickets had mentioned that entry to the museum was included, had never felt inclined to venture over to the other side of the tracks - big mistake.
We visited recently and to be honest were not sure what to expect.
The museum is actually fairy well signposted if you look for them as you walk up to the railway station. Once you have completed the 200m stroll around the site you enter he museum.
Entry fee £5 or adults seemed reasonable but I was amazed to be told that the ticket was valid for a whole year
I'll be back soon and this time take my dad who's in his eighties and loves trains. It is a fair walk for him but the access is flat and easily managed on a good day. If it is raining hard it may be best to come back.
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