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Tasmanian Transport Museum

Anfield Street, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia
+61 3 6272 7721
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A place for transport enthusiasts

A place for transport enthusiasts. Old buses and trains take you back to times long gone. A great... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
day out with grandson

LOVE trains and steam then this is the place to be. It was a good excuse to visit to take the 3 yr... read more

Reviewed 27 April 2017
Hobart, Australia
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Anfield Street, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia
+61 3 6272 7721
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

A place for transport enthusiasts. Old buses and trains take you back to times long gone. A great place for a day trip with family.

Thank 801tanya2015
Reviewed 27 April 2017

LOVE trains and steam then this is the place to be. It was a good excuse to visit to take the 3 yr old back to see the trains and ride behind a steam train. We love the smell of the coal the hiss of...More

Thank W3557OOpatrickc
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

The comprehensive collection of trains, trams, buses and carriages is a sight to behold. Lovingly restored and displayed around a genuine old train station just a few kilometres from the CBD. The highlights for me were the double decker tram and the enormous steam engines....More

Thank Tasrod
Reviewed 24 February 2017

A great way to spend a few hours in Hobart. The entry fee of $10 is great value for what they have done at the museum.

Reviewed 28 January 2017

A fantastic living museum of rail and road. Historic steam trains with rides available at times as well as Hobarts trams from an era past. Recommend to everyone

Thank WithOurPetReviews
Reviewed 24 January 2017

We took the cable car up the long tracks up to the top of the tallest hill that overlooks the city. What a fantastic view from this vantage point !!!

Thank Dave46033
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Considering how small Hobart is, it is amazing to see its transport variety and history. This museum covers, rail, tram, bus and fire fighting history with in-depth exhibits. Plan ahead and you may get to see the steam locos in steam on 3rd Saturdays -...More

Thank Robert B
Reviewed 27 December 2016 via mobile

This is a must see sight for anyone into trains, trams and fire trucks. Visitors have full access to workshops with an opportunity to clamber over trains and carriages. A steam train undertakes short trips and there are plenty of enthusiastic staff to answer questions....More

Thank Mal B
Reviewed 26 December 2016

The volunteers do a wonderful job of trying to preserve local history. Definitely go on a day they have the train rides, because that is so cool. We are adults who visited and thoroughly enjoyed the train ride, but kids especially would get a big...More

Thank TasDev90
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Never been one for transport items such as trains and trams and similar, but had several hours and came upon the Transport Museum, what an eye opener, and what a wonderful collection of vehicles and stories, never gave a thought about how one got around...More

Thank stephenbN9997DY
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