The museum is house in the old engineering shed of the tram depot along with a sushi restaurant and some kind of stage. There are 3 trams on each side of the depot and some sort of stage taking up the centre, it was covered off with curtains so I'm not sure what it is. On the left hand side of the stage is the sushi restaurant which contains 3 trams, the museum proper is on the right hand side. There is a decent amount of information and interactive displays telling you more and showing old pictures. The highlight is that you have free reign to pay on the trams, sit in the driving seat or the conductor's chair. It won't be for everyone, but kids and big kids should enjoy it.
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