A fascinating place with very interesting ride-on exhibits and very knowledgeable and kind volunteers. I was there with three small kids (7, 4 & 2) who all had a great time. Loved the tram ride into the Royal National Park and the great stories told by the museum guide once we got back to the exhibits. This place has potential. It could be absolutely fascinating but instead it just seems like a place to store tram stuff that was gunna be chucked out. The tram shed itself just has a random bunch of random trams right beside each other- there's no discernible logic to how they're layer out (i.e. Newer to older or Sydney vs other places). There's tram related stuff packed in around the shed but again, it just seems like random posters and things shoved in any spare corner they can find. The trams that the SYDNEY tramway museum had running were ones from Melbourne and Brisbane? I would suggest they totally reorganise the place. Set it out chronologically- both the trams and the memorabilia. Don't have anything within view of the public unless it is an actual display- no hoarded clutter.
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