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How to get to tram museum
Last Update was on 29/11/09

 

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From Adelaide CBD
The Museum is located in the northern Adelaide suburb of St.Kilda in the municipality of Salisbury.

It is about 40 minutes by car. Unfortunately, there is no public transport. Take the Main North Road out of the city to Gepps Cross (about 30 minutes). Follow National Highway 1 (Port Wakefield Road) north for about 10 minutes to the St.Kilda turn off on the left. Turn left into St Kilda Road and continue along St.Kilda Road for about 2 kilometres. The Museum is on the left.

From the North
If travelling from Gawler and Elizabeth on the Main North Road (Sturt Highway), look for the Salisbury turn off on the right.

Cross the railway line at Salisbury and continue along Waterloo Corner Road for 4 or 5 kilometres until you reach the Port Wakefield Road (National Highway 1) ‘T’ junction. Turn right into Port Wakefield Road and move into the left lane as soon as safe to do so. Within a few hundred metres you will see the St Kilda turn off sign on the left. Turn left into St Kilda Road and continue along St.Kilda Road for about 2 kilometres. The Museum is on the left.

Opening Times
The Museum is open from 12 noon to 5pm on:

Sundays and public holidays
(excepting Christmas Day and Good Friday).

Wednesdays of the April, July, September/October and December/January school holidays. Also open on Easter Saturday.

Charter bookings for schools, social clubs and community groups can also be arranged on other days and times – see Schools, social clubs & community groups.

 

Entrance Fees
Entrance to the Museum includes unlimited tram rides on the day for the one admission fee. This allows you to ride on a number of our restored trams as well as view our various displays. You can also spend time at the St Kilda end.  Kids will love the free Adventure Playground.

Admission fees are:

Adults $10.00

Concession $7.00

Family $28.00


Concession covers: Children aged 4 years and over. Students. Pensioners/Seniors

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 

 

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