The Museum is open and trams operate every Sunday and Wednesday and on most public holidays (Christmas Day and Boxing Day are obvious exceptions).
|Seniors and concession card holders||
|Children who are enrolled at school||
|Family tickets: 2 adults and 1 child. Additional children in the family are free.||
Admission covers entry to the Display Hall, unlimited tram rides on both the Museum’s and the Royal National Park lines, and use of picnic area, electric barbeques and other facilities on the day of your visit. A souvenir shop and kiosk are also provided.
For the convenience of visitors to the Royal National Park, an independent return fare of $6 adults, $4 child/concession is available on the Parklink service. Single (one-way) fares are $4 adults, $3 child/concession.
The museum can now offer pre-paid vouchers, ideal for as gifts. Please download the following form –
Please note – at this stage we can not accept online or Internet payments, please download this form, fill out the type of tickets you need and post to the museum. For your security, do not send your credit card details by email.
At various times, particularly in the NSW School Holidays, we are open extra days. Precise up to date information regarding extra school holiday opening days is shown on the website’s front page as they approach.
Our consistent opening time is 10 a.m, with the first service to the Royal National Park at 10:15. The last tram to the Royal National Park departs at 4.15 pm on Sundays and public holidays and at 2.15 pm on Wednesdays though we remain open until 5 pm on Sundays and holidays but only until 3 pm on Wednesdays.
January brings us some useful public holidays: New Year’s Day and Australia Day.
Last entry on all occasions is one hour before closure.
Trams operate to The Royal National Park every Sunday and public holiday, the first tram operates at 10.15am, then hourly with the last tram at 4.15 pm. On other days, National Park trams operate as required while the Museum is open.
Mobility Impaired Access
Mobility-impaired visitors have easy access to most of the site. However as the trams themselves were designed up to 120 years ago, access to the trams is somewhat restricted by their design. However, a platform is provided to ease access to trams and the Museum staff will assist wherever possible.
No animals, aside from accredited guide dogs, are permitted on the grounds of the Museum or on the trams.