SCHOOL HOLIDAY TRANSPORT HERITAGE
with the Sydney Tramway Museum
Wednesday, 7th July 2021
After an 18-month hiatus, this popular event is back for a COVID-Safe experience of Sydney's transport of yesteryear.
In the Winter School Holidays, we are again partnering with the Sydney Tramway Museum for a unique transport heritage day out.
Start your day at the Sydney Bus Museum, exploring our extensive collection of heritage buses from the 1920s to the 1990s as well as our specialist displays.
Then board our vintage double decker bus for a trip through the Inner West and into the Sutherland Shire to the Sydney Tramway Museum at Loftus. There you'll have 2 hours to inspect the impressive collection in the display hall, including the rare Prison Tram, and ride a different form of transport along the Museum's two tram lines, including the bushland cruise that is the Royal National Park line.
Pack a picnic lunch to have in the pleasant surrounds of the Railway Square Waiting Shed before boarding the waiting double decker for a return jaunt back up the Princes Highway to the Bus Museum at Leichhardt, setting down at Sydenham Station upon request.
Bookings are essential.
Admission to both the Sydney Bus Museum and the Sydney Tramway Museum, and unlimited rides are included in your ticket:
Children (4-16): $15.00. Children under 4 free.
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children): $75.00
Times are approximate and will be confirmed closer to the event:
Wednesday, 7 July 2021:
Sydney Bus Museum opens 9:00am
Bus departs Sydney Bus Museum for Sydney Tramway Museum: 10:00am
Bus arrives Sydney Tramway Museum: 11:10am
Bus departs Sydney Tramway Museum: 1:30pm
Bus returns to Sydney Bus Museum: 2:45pm
Sydney Bus Museum closes 3:30pm.