Tramway Museum, St Kilda, South Australia
Welcome to the Tramway Museum, St Kilda, South Australia web pages.
The Museum is owned and operated by the Australian Electric Transport Museum (SA) Inc,
a non-profit voluntary accociation having full accreditation with the History Trust of South Australia.
The Tramway Museum preserves the electric public transport history of Adelaide.
We have examples of nearly every type of tram and trolleybus used on the Adelaide system.
We have a 2km line from the Museum to St Kilda Beach via the Adventure Playground.
Where possible, this line has been built using fixtures actually used in Adelaide.
There are also extensive displays of photographs, maps and historical information.
The Tramway Museum is open from 1pm to 5pm on Sundays, Public Holidays (Except Good Friday and Christmas Day),
Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Wednesdays during the April, July and October School Holidays,
and every day from 26th December to New Year's Day inclusive. Here are instructions on
How to get to the Tramway Museum
Tickets are currently $10 for adults (15+) and $7 for children (4-14) and concession holders,
and include entrance to the Museum and tram rides all afternoon.
We have ample car and bus parking, toilet facilites and light refreshments are available.
The Museum is also available for Charters and Schools.
The Museum is operated and maintained by a volunteer organisation, and new Members are always welcome.
There are a wide range of activities for a Member to participate in, including simple but necessary work like cleaning and maintaining the Museum fleet and grounds,
the more complicated and intricate restoration and archival work, as well as Museum Operations. If you are interested in becoming a Member, please feel free to contact us.
Contact details can currently be found on the Charters and Schools page.