The Tasmanian Transport Museum provides a unique environment for students of all ages to learn about Tasmania’s transport history.

Planning for your visit

Prior to visiting the Museum, brief students about the aims of the excursion and what they can expect to see. You may also wish to undertake some pre-and-post visit activities. Talk to your students about appropriate behaviour in a museum, including no climbing on exhibits or running – we want to make sure a visit to the Museum is a fun and safe experience for all. If a train is operating, all visitors must stay behind the yellow line on the platform and follow any instructions given by Museum staff. Students will need to bring their own clipboards, pens and pencils should they be required. It is recommended that at least one-hour be allowed for the visit.

At the Museum

School bags should be left on the bus. Our staff will be on hand to guide the students around the museum and answer any questions, but please ensure adequate adult supervision for the size of your group.

Cost & Bookings

The Tasmanian Transport Museum offers special rates for school bookings. To make a booking or to find out more information, click on the School Contact Form. Bookings are essential for all school visits. Our preferred school visit days are Wednesdays.

School Group Booking Enquiry

Please complete the form for all school booking enquiries. Once submitted, the President will contact you to confirm your booking and all the arrangements for your museum visit.

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    The museum offers school group visits on set dates only. Please view the published list of dates in the school group information section.
    We offer visits to the museum with or without a train ride. Please note however that train rides may not always be available.
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We have developed a range of resources for children, including colouring-in, activity, and fact sheets. Click on the links below to download.


Are you looking for history resources on Tasmanian Transport?  We now have history pages and links to various transport items from Tasmania.